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For longtime Baldwin body shop owner Paul Lizio, business has been struggling lately amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite being an essential service and remaining open, Grandview Auto Body, … more
Teachers from Meadow Elementary School drove through the streets of Baldwin Harbor May 8 to greet students and their families from a safe distance away. The school hosted the Meadow Car Parade as … more
Last week, nurses and nursing assistants participated in silent vigils outside of the Rockville Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and the Grand Pavilion for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Rockville Centre as a way to pay respect for the patients and colleagues who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. The local event coincided with vigils taking place across the state outside of nursing homes as a way to also recognize the extra burden employees have faced since the onset of the pandemic. more
Effective today, Friday, May 29, tennis courts at all five buildings in the Bellmore-Merrick High School District became available to the public as part of Nassau County’s “Phase 1” reopening, Director of Athletics Eric Caballero announced in a letter to parents. more
A letter of positivity to the Oceanside community amid the coronavirus pandemic from Lynbrook teachers and school staff. more
The East Rockaway School District continued its annual celebration of Red Nose Day virtually on May 21. This is the fourth consecutive year the district participated in the fundraising event. more
Quentin Roosevelt Post 4 American Legion began its Memorial Day ceremony with a somber laying of the wreath at the legion’s monument in the hamlet. That was followed by a startling pop, pop, pop, from a three volley-salute, performed by members of the N.Y. 11th Regiment Military Honor Guard. It is a ceremonial act performed at military funerals, as is the playing of taps on the bugle, which followed. It was all more than appropriate on Memorial Day, when our country mourns our service members that did not return home alive. more
Long Beach's business community is waking up. Slowly and cautiously. The first early breaths of life could be felt on the West End, where on Friday morning, Angela Skudin opened wide the door of … more
It has been a rough year for graduating seniors across the country during the coronavirus pandemic, with multiple activities cancelled, schools closed and in person graduations cancelled. A decision by the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District to postpone graduation until Aug 1 has been a source of relief and joy for many seniors, and their parents too. And the graduation will be a live one, held on the grounds of Oyster Bay High School. more
While the Covid-19 pandemic has altered the way people across the nation will mark Memorial Day and pay tribute to the men and women who died serving the country, the Baldwin American Legion Post 246 … more
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