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Everything is bedazzled and glittered, still, even through the pandemic. We still are making that work. We’re making the bedazzling and the glitter and the confetti, still happening. I always … more
The Baldwin Republican Club spread the love this past Valentine’s Day. Members collected new blankets and donated them to the St. Christopher’s food pantry. They were delivered on Feb. … more
On a bitterly cold Tuesday night in January 1896, the Baldwin General Store caught fire when a kerosene lantern dropped. Baldwin did not have a fire department, so volunteer firefighters from … more
Baldwin High School students, alumni and community members are calling for the return of after-school theater and music activities. “Recently, it has been announced that Baldwin High School … more
For the first time in nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic first hit Long Island, seniors at Lynbrook High School were welcomed back for in-person instruction on Monday and greeted with much fanfare. more
The Lynbrook Public Schools Career Development Program for special-education students is making strides eight years after its formation. It continues to expand and innovate, and the new extension under construction at Lynbrook High School will help it grow, according to  district officials. more
Many parents of students in the Oceanside School District have expressed frustration that their children have not been able to return to full-time in-person instruction, but Superintendent Dr. Phyllis Harrington said that administrators are not yet ready to welcome them back. more
Students and staff in the Sewanhaka Central High School District will be asked by representatives of the Equity Collaborative about their experiences in the schools later this month. On Feb. 23, … more
John F. Kennedy High School’s newest club, aptly named Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, aims to make the school community more inclusive by promoting open dialogue on issues of race and social … more
After a magical run to the Nassau Class A girls’ basketball semifinals last winter, Kennedy had to quickly shift gears on its goals for an encore after the county decided an abbreviated season … more
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