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Mental health experts and organizations have had to adjust to the issues their patients face and the ways in which they treat them during the coronavirus pandemic. more
The Long Beach School District has confirmed three positive Covid-19 cases on Oct. 20, Long Beach Superintendent of Schools Jennifer Gallagher announced on Facebook. Two of the positive cases … more
Luckily, we were not affected professionally by the pandemic. Rachelle and Renee were fortunate to be able to work from home since March, and Sarah worked in person throughout the entire pandemic, … more
Islanders officials donated a total of $100,000 to Elmont and Sewanhaka schools on Monday, as students continue to learn virtually. Half of that money went to the Elmont elementary school … more
Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the Rev. Danilo Archbold spends his mornings taking care of his wife, Melissa, who is recovering from surgery, and his afternoons handing out hundreds of boxes … more
Last year, Joe Allocco announced that he would no longer be creating his Franklin Square Horror House — where trick-or-treaters could make their way through a haunted house complete with actors … more
In support of Red Ribbon Week, the Tempo Group and Savings Lives Five Towns Drug & Alcohol Coalition will hold a free virtual naloxone training on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 8 to 9:15 p.m. Free Narcan kits and medication disposal bags are available to all who pre-register. more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the City of Long Beach and the Long Beach Arts Council, announced the City’s first annual, Beyond The Beach Fall Celebration. This … more
With coronavirus among the scariest factors in communities across the state this year, many Glen Cove parents are wondering whether it’s safe to take their children trick-or-treating on Halloween. more
In search of a way to stay busy during the coronavirus pandemic and support a good cause, a group of Oceanside students decided to hit the streets and create a lemonade stand, which raised more than $1,700 to help children with special needs. more
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