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In the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach’s announcement that Manhattan native and now Lido Beach resident Adrianne Mittan was the new executive director it read “Adrianne is a warm, energetic school executive.” more
A husband-and-wife team who live in Woodsburgh and own a business in Lynbrook spearheaded the production of a new documentary series that will have its New York premiere, and an accompanying panel discussion, on Sunday at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. more
Bill Gaylor and Laura Burns share their opinions on the issues ahead of Election Day. more
Jason Abelove is challenging Don Clavin for Town of Hempstead supervisor. Ahead of Election Day on Nov. 2, the Herald asked the candidates questions about their goals and issues facing the community. more
A Hewlett High School junior who joined the school’s Spectrum Newspaper club in her first year to ease the adjustment from middle school quickly gained an editorship position as a sophomore and now is also the student columnist for the Herald’s Hewlett Happenings column. more
A man of varied talents, Inwood native Marlon Townsend is the chief executive officer of MPT Enterpryze, a public relations collective and collaborative business that includes several partners that he established as a Hempstead-based business in 2017 when working as an accounts manager at Elite Valet and Hospitality and an emergency medical technician at both Nickerson Beach and the Hempstead Fire Department. more
Ever wonder if you or another family member is related to someone that could be part of your familial tree? If you do, then Cedarhurst resident Syd Mandelbaum could be your go-to person. more
Howard Weitzman, Nassau County’s comptroller from 2002 to 2009 who was known for challenging establishment politics through the power of the audit during this time in office, died Sept. 27 of a … more
Most sports fans are familiar with dynasties like football’s New England Patriots, baseball’s Yankees and basketball’s Boston Celtics. Somewhat lesser known is the New York State History Fair’s Hewlett High School. more
Dedicated to family, friends, his business and helping people, organizations and institutions, Nicholas J. “Kayo” Fabrizio was known as the quiet guy behind the scenes, never one to toot his own horn. Fabrizio, a longtime Five Towns resident, died on Sept. 21. He was 90. more
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