Nassau County helps veterans shop local

Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell launched two new veteran services in the Veteran’s Recognition Program — helping them shop locally. 

High School students shadow the professionals

Six High School seniors were selected to shadow medical professionals at North Shore University over their summer breaks. 

Concert Choir sings at NYSSMA convention

The Baldwin High School Concert Choir was selected to perform at the annual New York Board Association Convention and Expo this month.

Church group collects 500 pounds of food for the needy

The Journey Youth Group of the First Presbyterian Church of Oceanside gathered to collect food for the hungry in Baldwin last week.

Library asks for input from Baldwin locals

The Baldwin Public Library is asking locals what they would want added to a proposed development.


Will there be more canings in the Senate chamber?

In the mid-1800s, there were scorching debates taking place in the U.S. Congress between politicians in the North, who opposed slavery, and those in the South, who favored the institution.

Randi Kreiss

From the queen to the U.S. jester-in-chief

When I learned that Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago desk looks a lot like my Aunt Maddie’s, I wasn’t surprised.


Schools are right to resurrect the snow day

Journalist and bestselling author Susan Orlean once described a snow day as “literally and figuratively” something that “falls from the sky — unbidden — and seems like a thing of wonder.”


Who and what would Trump run against in 2024?

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 . . .