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As the rate of coronavirus infections continues to rise on Long Island and across the state, Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin and the Town Board have implemented three major Covid-19 testing initiatives in an effort to combat the incoming second wave. more
H. Frank Carey High School will remain closed until Nov. 30, Sewanhaka Central High School District Superintendent James Grossane announced on Nov. 20, after two students tested positive for the … more
A mobile mammography van will be parked outside of Dani’s Strike Zone, at 20 Village Ave. in Elmont, on Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for women 40 or older who have not had a mammogram in the … more
A Valley Stream and a Uniondale man were arrested on Nov. 19, after police conducted a traffic stop on Meacham Avenue in Elmont. According to Nassau County detectives, Fifth Precinct Officers saw … more
For more than 20 years, Molloy College has hosted a gala for alumni and community that provided top-notch performances and brought people together, while raising hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarship funding. This year, despite an ongoing pandemic, the upcoming gala on Nov. 28 promises to be just as spectacular, although it has shifted to a virtual format. more
More than two months into the school year, St. Agnes Cathedral School is settling into a groove in an uncertain time. With roughly 575 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, the school has been providing full-time in-person instruction, and so far, officials say, the school year is going smoothly. more
While Americans across the country are wondering how to safely celebrate the upcoming holidays without inadvertently contracting or spreading the coronavirus, many families in Rockville Centre have a more pressing worry: Will there be enough to eat? The demand for food continues to increase as the pandemic drags on, and volunteers at local food pantries are concerned that these families might be forgotten. more
For 22 years, Thanksgiving Day has marked the start of the North Shore Sheltering Program at First Presbyterian Church in Glen Cove, which welcomes local homeless men to stay the night and escape the cold. more
Residents, elected officials and servicemen and women gathered at Memorial Park on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to recognize all those past and present who have served their country. more
Veterans, residents and elected officials gathered at the Doughboy Memorial behind the Lynbrook Long Island Rail Road station on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, as American Legion Post 335 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2307 hosted their annual ceremony. more
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