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Inwood resident Diane Tyler, whose daughter Sharifah is a home health aide, and has many  family members and friends on what is called the frontline of caring for and responding to the needs of Covid-19 patients said she was thinking of a way to honor the front-liners. more
I never imagined the emptiness. It left me with a sinking feeling, a sense of aloneness that I had not experienced before as I stood on Long Island Rail Road train trestles during the middle of what … more
On a picturesque spring Thursday, a father two sons, who declined to give their names, led a morning prayer service on Lawrence Avenue near the Long Island Rail Road train station in Lawrence. Everyone else stood at a distance, most in front of their own homes. more
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual Cedarhurst-Lawrence Memorial Day Parade will be held virtually via Zoom video. The Villages of Cedarhurst, Lawrence and the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire … more
The Five Towns Early Learning Center in Inwood, an essential part of the community it has served for 80 years, has remained vital during the coronavirus pandemic by never shutting its doors to care for the children of frontline workers. During World War II, women who attended trade school dropped off their children so they could work in the place of men. more
Updated on May 22 at 1:25 p.m. Tires and wheels from four cars were stolen in the Five Towns on the night of May 20, according to Nassau County police. Exactly how many such incidents have … more
One senior performing arts student from the Lawrence Woodmere Academy will be able to take one final bow in an upcoming virtual awards show.   LWA senior Harrison Schwartz will be one of … more
Lawrence native Michel Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, was released from upstate Otisville, a medium security federal prison, on May 21, because of the coronavirus, and is now home..  more
With the U.S. economy nearing the end of a major shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, the nationwide unemployment rate is nearly 15 percent — a historic number that dwarfs the peak of the Great Recession of 2008-09 and draws comparisons to the Great Depression in the 1930s. more
Not all local beaches, or beach clubs, will be open Memorial Day weekend. The Village of Atlantic Beach is keeping its eight beaches closed until at least until early June, when they traditionally open, and will not allow the beach clubs that dot its shoreline to open this weekend. more
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