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Restaurants across Long Island were able to increase patron capacity to 75 percent on March 19, which at least three restaurateurs in the Five Towns said is good news and will help them to survive through the coronavirus pandemic. more
Among the many items in the proposed $103.4 billion New York state budget is money for case management services and the UJA-Federation of New York is campaigning for an additional $2.5 million to aid Holocaust survivors. more
One year after Lawrence Woodmere Academy transitioned to remote learning amid the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic, school officials are feeling optimistic about operations moving forward. more
Like many other people at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Valley Stream resident Steve Myaskovsky’s professional career was impacted. He then tried making the best of his tough … more
CVS pharmacies are now expanding community access to the Covid-19 vaccine at the following sites within the Heralds’ coverage area: Baldwin Bellmore Cedarhurst East Rockaway Glen … more
Vehicles pulled into the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC Harrison-Kerr Family Campus and staff and volunteers and staff and student volunteers from the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School helped the 150 seniors, which included 60 Holocaust survivors, to receive a first dose of the Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination on Sunday. more
The Hewlett-Woodmere School District will offer free, voluntary Covid-19 PCR testing to all district students in grades pre-K to 12th on Tuesday, March 2 and Wednesday, March 3 at the Franklin Early Childhood Center Gym 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. The childhood center is at 1180 Henrietta Place in Hewlett. more
There will not be large gatherings of people eating, drinking and talking together this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, yet however different the 25th annual Shabbat Across America and Canada looks the event’s mission remains the same – to connect Jews across North America. more
The second of two stories examining student mental health. When the 2019-20 school year ended last June amid a still-spreading coronavirus pandemic, school counselors were well aware that the previous four months had been unlike any that schoolchildren — or their parents — had ever experienced. more
The first of two stories examining student mental health. The nearly year-long coronavirus pandemic has affected every facet of everyday life — especially education, and one of the country’s most vulnerable populations, students. more
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