From the Olympic-sized pool to the trio of pools for children, lounging, playing and swimming were the activities that only Nassau County residents, many from the Five Towns, took part in at North Woodmere Park on July 3, the first day the six county pools were open for the summer and during the coronavirus pandemic.
As posted on the justiceforgeorgeli Instagram account there is expected to be a silent sit-in today, July 5 at 3p.m. outside the Hewlett-Woodmere School District's Woodmere Education Center at 1 Johnson Place in Woodmere.
At least three residents of Forest Avenue in Woodmere have registered complaints with the community’s postmaster, Pauline Argicola, and another submitted a complaint to the United States Postal Service concerning the behavior of one mail carrier.
Updated July 2 at 11:30 a.m. After a nearly two-hour in-person and virtually held public hearing on June 23, the Town of Hempstead and the villages of Lawrence and Woodsburgh voted to approve the …
Police are investigating an alleged robbery and attack of a clerk that took place at the 7-Eleven on Mill Road in Hewlett. The alleged incident took place at 9:55 a.m. on July 1 when a man …
A member of the street gang MS-13, Yonathan Sanchez, 43, a/k/a Turbo, was sentenced to 34 years to life in prison on July 1 by Judge Tammy Robbins for his role in two murders.
Even during the coronavirus pandemic, The Brandeis School class of 2020 had the opportunity to celebrate together as the eighth-graders their diplomas and officially marked the end of their years at the Jewish Day School in Lawrence.
As all New York state departments were mandated to cut their budgets by at least 2 percent because of the revenue loss endured during the coronavirus pandemic, the Office of People With Developmental Disabilities is slicing $178 million from the rates that group homes charge for resident occupancy.
The Orthodox Union announced that Lawrence resident Rabbi Dr. Josh Joseph has been appointed as the organization's executive vice president and chief operating officer. Starting on Sept. 1, …
POCatHewlett, with POC standing for people of color, has begun adding its voice to the growing sentiment that there must be an end to racial inequality. Calling themselves a team and spearheaded by two young women, POCatHewlett has a petition on actionnetwork.org and created a list of demands that they would like the Hewlett-Woodmere School District and Board of Education to address.
After two decades as a volunteer for the Orthodox Union and the past six years as the organization’s executive vice president, Woodmere resident Allen Fagin is retiring from a job for the second time.
Plans are moving forward for Hewlett-Woodmere Little League to begin its 2020 season sometime within the first two weeks of July with 10 teams across several age levels.
After Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a June 2 news conference that summer day camps across the state could open June 29, the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence announced that they would be holding a socially distanced middle school summer learning program for children in grades six to eight.
Nassau County police are looking for two men who allegedly robbed a man in North Woodmere on June 27.
It was not your traditional high school graduation as this is not the customary graduation season. However, on Monday, the regularly scheduled day for Lawrence High School’s commencement, there …
Hewlett Harbor Deputy Mayor and small business owner Len Oppenheimer had an opportunity to chat with Rep. Kathleen Rice, a Democrat who represents the Five Towns, and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, another Democrat, in a June 11 virtual conference about the burdens small businesses have been facing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of a full football field being occupied with students and bleachers filled with family members for one big ceremony, the Hewlett High School class of 2020 received their diplomas in six …