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Cub Scout Troop 20 visited Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library in Hewlett for a presentation on Five Towns history by librarian James Hartmann on March 8. more
For the 12th consecutive year Lawrence High School students will compete on the international level of DECA as sophomores Massimo Cancelliere and Harrison Kim placed sixth overall with their Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan at the state career conference in Rochester March 8-10. Cancelliere and Kim will compete in Anaheim, Ca. in late April. more
Hewlett High School graduate Faiz Kapadwala, a Nassau BOCES Barry Tech alum and a project manager in Telecommunication for Emergent Wireless Solutions, is being recognized as one of the most devoted supporters of public education on Long Island. more
The Kiwanis of the Five Towns recognized Det. Anthony Draghi and police officer James Disanti for their service to the 4th Precinct at the organization’s annual Police Appreciation Night at Frank’s Steakhouse in Rockville Centre on March 16. more
If one walked through Lawrence High School March 6-10, they would have seen students dressed up in anything but casual clothing. It was Spirit Week, yet again. All the grades dressed up for the second Spirit Week hosted by the Student Government in Action officers. more
Alberta Libbey sang opera at famous New York City venues and went into her father’s real estate business. The lifelong Atlantic Beach resident was known to friends and family as “Bertie.” more
With 115 children ranging in age from 10 months to five years old traversing the colorful, kid-friendly hallways daily, Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre Early Childhood Director Cheryl Karp says she has the best job in the world. more
With anti-immigrant sentiment on the rise across the country, a climate of fear has gripped the Five Towns Hispanic community. more
The Town of Hempstead showed its support of the auxiliary police units by presenting Deputy Inspector Danny Gluck, commanding officer of the 4th Precinct South unit, with $2,000 for the Five Towns and Oceanside volunteer police units, last month. more
Cedarhurst-based child psychologist Dr. Laurie Zelinger’s publisher, Loving Healing Press, donated 10 copies of her book “Please Explain Terrorism to Me: A Story for Children, P-E-A-R-L-S of Wisdom for Their Parents” to children in Israel. more
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