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Capitol One Bank on Broadway in Hewlett opened its doors to roughly 50 people as the Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association held its annual community meeting on Oct. 24... more
Loud music and discussions about what key to play in is just a typical day at the Ross household in Lawrence. more
This past summer, three Hewlett High School graduates decided to take their creative abilities to the next level by starting their own production company. more
“It’s important that we don’t forget about our veterans,” New Horizon Counseling Community Relations Coordinators Audrey Goodman said. more
Hewlett High School graduate, class of 2005, Max Seibald was inducted into the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame last month. more
Rhonnie Fischman was one of several people that received the Town of Hempstead’s Make a Difference Award at a ceremony at the Merrick Road Park Clubhouse in Merrick on Oct. 29. more
Stephen Sullivan, who taught anthropology and history and oversaw behavioral science research at Lawrence High School for 31 years... more
Inwood resident Laura Reyes came to the United States from Mexico when she was two and a half years old, became a “Dreamer," then a resident and now awaits the time to apply for citizenship, but she still feels the sting of ethnic bias. more
Incumbent Denise Ford defeated challenger Jeffrey Saxon in the Nassau County Legislative District 4 race Tuesday night. more
Donald Clavin declared victory over Laura Gillen in the race for Town of Hempstead supervisor Tuesday night. Gillen was seeking a second term and has not conceded the race. more
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