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New York Mets fans have much to be excited about from a new owner to a team that appears on the cusp of singing impact free agents to discss the Mets past, present and future author and Mets expert Brett Topol will visit Peninsula public Linrary through Zoom on Thursday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. more
Inwood Chief Anthony Rivelli Jr. and ex-Chief Thomas Pandolfo represented the fire department’s water rescue team and were recognized for the department’s role in a July 23 rescue at the first-ever Town of Hempstead Drive-Thru Firematic Awards ceremony held at Town Park Point Lookout on National First Responders Day on Oct. 28 because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
A Vietnam Prisoner of War bracelet that was bought in the early 1970s to honor the servicemen that were captured and found in a box of memories will be returned to the family of Donald Randner who survived his imprisonment but died of lung cancer in 2005. more
Former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato, who rose from the Hempstead town council to become a U.S. senator from New York and one of the most powerful political figures in the country, has been … more
After nearly serving two years on the Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education, Trustee Paul Critti resigned effective Nov. 30, as he is moving to Brooklyn. The public announcement was made at the Nov. 18 … more
Five military veterans shared their experiences of serving in the armed forces with Woodmere Middle School students one day before Veterans Day through a virtual discussion that originated from the … more
After a Meadowmere Park fire destroyed three houses, neighbors went to work to lend a helping hand to the fire victims with roughly $29,000 being donated to the affected families.  Two … more
With the surging number of Covid-19 cases occurring across the country and a rise in the infection rate in New York state including Long Island, Gov. Andrew Cuomo mandated that  bars, restaurants, bowling alleys, movie theaters and pool halls most close by 10 p.m. and limited home gatherings to 10 people. more
Sylvia Kaminetsky, 87, of North Woodmere and New York City, died Nov. 12, peacefully in her sleep at her home with her beloved and devoted husband of 67 years, Irving, at her side.   more
Freda Heyman née Lozanoff began life a “bossy and opinionated” girl, according to her daughter Terry and pushed the envelope to become a doctor when that was uncommon for women, campaigned for women’s rights, never said no to amplifying a good time and was an unapologetic two pack per day smoker. more
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