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Reaching back to his childhood community, Jeff Wallach has written a book that encompasses plenty of places that are familiar to Five Towners in the 1970s, while plotting a story that could resonate with many people that never set foot on the South Shore. more
On a picturesque spring Thursday, a father and 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
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 Michael 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
The "Kosher Guru" has come up with another initiative to help those in need of food during the coronavirus pandemic. Hewlett resident Gabriel Boxer, also known as the Kosher Guru, has launched the … more
The Nassau County Police Department blared their car sirens as they paraded in front of Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside to thank their health-care workers on Wednesday … more
The memories and condolences flooded Facebook pages as hundreds of people posted their thoughts on their friend Dr. Jeremiah C. Gaffney III, who died from Covid-19 on May 6, six days shy of his 66th birthday. more
For Hewlett native and registered dietitian nutritionist, Chelsey Amer, her passion for cooking and dieting has led her to write a cookbook titled “The 28-Day Pescatarian Meal Plan and … more
Woodmere native Tyler Gildin has released a film that he hopes will make people think about and reach out to their grandparents during the coronavirus pandemic. “The Starfish” … more
Just as the weekend of March 14 to 15 was getting underway so was the wave of shutdowns that would halt business across swaths of the country as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold in the United States. more
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