Updated Sept. 30 at 1:10 p.m. It is expected that nearly all the private schools in the Five Towns will close or go to remote learning for a brief time after the Jewish holiday of Sukkot so that teachers, students and staff members and teachers at certain grade levels can go get tested for Covid-19.
An increase in coronavirus cases in the Five Towns and Far Rockaway has led to temporary closings of private schools and questions from some residents about whether safety protocols are being followed.
While the Hewlett-Woodmere School District was scheduled for a full in-person reopening on Oct. 5, the Franklin Early Childhood Center became the first building in the district to begin in-person instruction on Sept. 23, when pre-K to first-grade students returned.
Lawrence School District officials said that a staff member at Lawrence Primary School at the Number Two School tested positive for Covid. 19.
A Cedarhurst resident was arrested in Lynbrook for driving while intoxicated with three children in the vehicle at 11:10 p.m. on Sept. 25, according to Nassau County police.
A pair of Five Towns residents were named to the reconstituted Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center board.
The Center for Adult Life Enrichment’s front door is blocked by two chairs to help ensure members and visitors can be checked in. Executive Director Lee Gerardi asks the visitor to use the hand sanitizer attached to the wall to the left of the entrance way.
Lawrence-based Achiezer, a community resource center, is looking for people who are handy with tools and are willing to put in a few volunteer hours building sukkahs for those who cannot.
The Peninsula Public Library in Lawrence will be hosting a virtual eight-part job hunting series beginning on Oct. 6. The programs will be hosted via Zoom video and will include information and …
A dispute at a private beach club has spilled into the public court system as longtime member of the Atlantic Beach Club Thomas Liotti, who is also a lawyer, has brought a lawsuit against the club asking for a temporary receiver be appointed because the current Board of Directors were not elected legally based on New York state’s not-for-profit corporation law.
The Village of Lawrence board of trustees agenda was shorter that usual and decreased in length after a planned public hearing was adjourned at the Sept. 16 meeting.
A Woodmere teenager was reported missing at 8:20 p.m. on Sept. 15, as Kuvish Ramroop, 15, was last seen leaving his home on West Broadway at 2 a.m. on the same day. He is described as 6-feet …
Three men allegedly stole merchandise from KSN Discount Wine and Liquor on Franklin Avenue in Hewlett at 5:51 p.m. on Sept. 15, according to police.
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Cedarhurst village officials are asking business owners, residents and visitors to remain vigilant against Covid-19 by the continued wearing of face masks and social distancing in public places.
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital officials plan not to perpetuate the medical nightmare of having gurneys full of patients lining the hallways of its emergency department as the second phase of the overall is completed which has expanded the area from roughly 10,000 square feet to 21,000 square feet.
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