In her kindergarten class at Lawrence Woodmere Academy, Lindsay Breslauer calls her 10 students her friends, and they have made the word part of their growing vocabulary.
A Cedarhurst family has joined forces with their community to form Team Jacob, in support of Jacob Hersko, a sixth-grader at the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway Middle School who has short bowel syndrome, a severe digestive disorder. Team members plan to raise money by running in the Miami Marathon on Feb. 6.
Inwood Fire District residents are being asked to vote on two resolutions. One is to allow the fire district to borrow $2.8 million for a single-story 2,900-square-feet addition and renovation of the existing firehouse at 188 Doughty Blvd. in Inwood. The second to permit the district to borrow another $2 million to purchase a new fire truck and the associated equipment.
Surrounded by Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh religious leaders and school administrators, Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer stumped for Congress to double the amount of money available through the Not-For-Profit Security grant program.
Beginning anything new comes with its own set obstacles to overcome, so with the Re-imagining Atlantic Beach Bridge Toll Plaza Citizens Committee starting its work at a Jan. 5 meeting to consider the best manner to spend $5 million for the overhaul of the 11-lane toll plaza Nassau County Bridge Authority Executive Director Vincent Grasso used the first meeting as an introduction to the 70-year-old bridge.
Time is running out for Lawrence’s boys’ basketball team to salvage its season.The Tornadoes have two victories against Conference A-5 opponents through six games with four to go …
Covid cases in Hewlett High School increased after students returned from the holiday break as did cases nationally and globally with the spread of the Omicron variant.
Blending the Bible and the contemporary judicial system Brandeis school students took part in a mock trial that presented the case as to why Moses should or should not be punished for his alleged sin of hitting the rock after God commanded him to speak to the rock.
Applying a different approach to the typical New Year’s resolutions, Lawrence School District’s Mental Wellness Committee invited the schools to celebrate what they were thankful for as students returned to school after the holiday break.
A New York State Appelate Court decision on Jan. 25 ruled in favoer of State Attorney General Letitia James appeal of New York State Supreme Court Judge Thomas Rademaker's Jan. 24 decision to lift the the state mask mandate.
The Grant Park ice skating rink had a distinct winter feel as a light snow fell on the Hewlett and Ogden elementary school third-and fourth-graders who skated, socialized and snacked for two hours at a mixer on Jan. 23.
Speaking last Friday in Woodbury before the Long Island Association, Gov. Kathy Hochul devoted much of her speech, delivered with characteristically biting humor . . .