After guidance came from the Nassau County Department of Health on how high-risk sports should be conducted, it appears that the Lawrence School District will have a winter sports season.
Less than a week after high-risk high school sports in New York State such as basketball, football, wrestling, volleyball and competitive cheer were given the green light to proceed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran relayed the necessary guidance put in place by local health officials.
An accident involving three vehicles at the intersection of Burnside Avenue and the Nassau Expressway in Inwood caused one driver to go to the hospital. The accident occurred going east on at …
After previous complaints of trucks parking along Nassau Expressway before the road was renovated, State Sen. Todd Kaminsky sent a letter to the state’s Department of Transportation in early January asking for a resolution to trucks parking on the side of a road in Inwood.
Taking the temperature of the country after a presidential election, especially one as controversial as 2020, that saw arguably the most divisive president in the nation’s history ousted after nearly four years of vitriol, could be considered a fool’s errand.
Whether it’s regularly calling congregants, delivering goody bags on holidays or holding virtual programs ranging from educational to social, Five Towns synagogues continue to find creative ways to remain connected with their membership.
Hewlett-based psychologist and psychoanalyst Dr. Richard Sternberg wrote a book that describes the backgrounds of criminally insane people that he came across while working at a psychiatric …
With the coronavirus pandemic still coursing across the country and the vaccine rollout yet to hit its stride, leaders in the Five Towns public school districts agree with the New York State United Teachers union that this school year’s state standardized tests for grades three through eight should be canceled, and possibly the state Regents exams as well.
Hewlett Bay Park resident Brenda Wilbur typically buys the gas for her car at the Sunoco station at the intersection of Mill Road and Peninsula Boulevard in Hewlett and noticed that in the past few weeks the prices have zoomed up from $2.15 per gallon for regular gas to $2.43, and the BP station on the opposite side of Peninsula Boulevard was $2.61 as of Jan. 20.
Former member of the New York City Police Department Phillip McEneaney has been appointed as interim director of Health, Safety and Security for the Hewlett-Woodmere School District as of Jan. …
Hewlett-Woodmere School District’s Central Council PTA raised more than $1,000 through its “Stronger Together” fundraiser, a first of its kind for the PTA, that sold a unique collection of clothing items for children and adults that celebrated the strength of the Hewlett-Woodmere community.
An online course hosted by the Nassau County Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Museum, “Preserving Your Family Story: How to Prepare a Personal Presentation about the Holocaust,” is geared towards aiding second and third generation descendants of Holocaust Survivors bring their family’s stories and experiences to life in order to inform posterity.
The Village of Cedarhurst, at the request of many merchants, shoppers and residents, is offering a limited number of prepaid meter parking permits that will allow motorists to park at a parking meter in any of the village’s parking fields without the need to make a payment at the meter.
Restaurants can apply for New York state grants for up to $5,000 from the state economic development agency for help to survive through the coronavirus pandemic.