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During Hispanic Heritage Month, which spanned Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, some Baldwin residents learned about the monolith that is the Hispanic community through school and library events, while others … more
Jason Abelove is challenging Don Clavin for Town of Hempstead supervisor. Ahead of Election Day on Nov. 2, the Herald asked the candidates questions about their goals and issues facing the community. more
Former Congressman Steve Israel is taking advantage of a positive outcome of the coronavirus pandemic to fulfill a dream he has had since he left office in 2017. He’s opening a … more
On Oct. 9, Soul Joy Wellness held their third 5k Run Walk Praise at Baldwin Park. Joy Williams, the Founder and CEO of Soul Joy Wellness, partnered with the Theta Iota Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa … more
The Town of Hempstead board unanimously voted Oct. 5 to accept a roughly $34,000 proposal from Rimkunas Engineering to provide engineering services to rehabilitate the spray pad at Coes Neck Park in … more
The cancellation of the Oyster Festival in April was a disappointment to many. Another opportunity on a much smaller scale, Oyster Bay Day, will take place on Saturday in the hamlet, which was when … more
The Valley Stream Long Island Jewish hospital didn’t always have the best reputation. Arlene Macchio, a reoccurring patient at the hospital, said her husband and sister nearly talked her out of … more
Dozens of student helpers from various service organizations gathered last Saturday to lend a green thumb to the village’s tree-planting beautification project at Arthur J. Hendrickson Park. … more
If you listed all of Jeff Weiss’s achievements in the 32 years he coached boys’ varsity basketball at Lawrence Woodmere Academy, it would read exactly like the resume you would expect from someone inducted into the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame, as Weiss was on Sept. 29. more
September was pediatric cancer awareness month, and Rockville Centre-based group the Life for Gina Foundation continued its work to help affected families. Late last month, it partnered with the village and Mary Ruchalski Foundation for a tree lighting at village hall to spread awareness for the lack of funds currently going into pediatric cancer research. more
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