CJ Cascio, 17, started collecting birthday party favors in December. Now his living room is filled with packages full of all things birthday. To get to his dinner table, where he does his …
Kimberly Malone was sworn in earlier this month as the Baldwin Civic Association’s president.
Demanding fair contracts with affordable health care costs, dozens of Nassau Community College faculty members rallied outside of the county legislature last week.
To the casual observer, it was just any other day at Jamaica’s Long Island Rail Road station. But just after 10 a.m., commuters rushed aboard a shuttle train destined for Manhattan, the …
Over 80 patrons of Molloy University’s theater program gathered last week to raise money for Bethany House, which helps woman and children experiencing homelessness.
Baldwin school parents presented a Dr, Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration at the Baldwin High School last week.
Members of the Baldwin High School Robotics team received their kit and parts from FIRST Long Island last week. Baldwin High School students attended this year’s kickoff event for the …
Jay Rivera and Taylor Darcy, two Baldwin high School seniors, received d the Nassau Zone of the New York State AHPERD Award this month.
The Baldwin school district announced the completion of newly installed smart lockers for students to use throughout the Baldwin School High School.
SUNY New Paltz announced three Baldwin scholars were recognized on their Fall 2022 Dean’s List this month.
John Casciani died last weekend. You don’t know him, but trust me, he wouldn’t want anyone to fuss over him. He came into this world quietly 88 years ago . . .
In this season of marathon shopping, I started wondering why I buy what I buy. There are millions of choices when it comes to our cosmetics and cars and food and OTC meds and clothing and shoes and . . .
Despite expectations, Republicans ended up underperforming on Nov. 8. Although they narrowly captured the House, Democrats kept the Senate and even managed to flip multiple state chambers blue . . .
The likelihood that former President Donald Trump will run again in 2024 seems to increase by the day. Unless the Mar-a-Lago raid turns up something that leads to a criminal indictment . . .