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The schools of St. Dominic held its middle and high school graduations on June 27 under sunny skies. Although the graduations went on like it always has for the past 95 years there were a couple of minor changes. Only two guests per family were allowed and the wearing of masks was required. more
May was a whirlwind month for Chrissa Schmerler, who logged 20-hour workdays to provide meals for frontline workers, members of law enforcement and pretty much anyone else in need. more
Over the past two months, over 90 volunteers consisting of North Shore School District faculty, administrators, Board of Education members and others have joined together to research the best ways to … more
Long Beach City Manager Donna Gayden announced that City Hall has re-opened to the public after closing due to the pandemic. There will be some new protocols in place to ensure the safety and … more
The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency is set to hold hearings Aug. 6 and 7 on one of the biggest development projects in Long Beach in decades, a proposal to build hundreds of high-priced … more
A lot of businesses may be slow during the coronavirus pandemic, but the real estate industry is having some of its busiest months in years as people seek to leave crowded urban areas to take … more
The Town of Hempstead Friday confirmed that two cases of coronavirus have been discovered at Camp Anchor in Lido Beach, a facility that provides activities for developmentally-disabled adults. A … more
In an effort to not only engage in something fun and productive, Panagiot Karathanasisi, 9, along with his mother Stacey Karathanasis, produced and uploaded cooking videos on YouTube to bring cheer to others who were stuck at home or facing hardships during the pandemic. more
Students, teachers and administrators in the North Merrick School District’s WINGS program recently organized “Operation Frontline,” during which they supplied Mount Sinai South Nassau nurses and doctors with much needed facemask extenders. more
Every morning at 10 a.m., a line of colorful, socially distanced beach bags snakes around the Harry Tappen Pool in Glenwood Landing, ending abruptly at a metal fence. The owners of the bags sit in … more
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