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Two unidentified men engineered a daylight robbery of $2,500 from the car of a TD Bank customer in Hewlett at 1:45 p.m. on May 24. more
A little more than seven years after developers Efrem Gerszberg and Robert Weiss bought the then 109-old Woodmere Club for a little more than $9 million and assumed the club’s nearly $15 … more
Three Hewlett High School sophomores, Deniz Artan, Darsh Chavre, and Benjamin Zelikoff, make waves at the State Science Congress Competition with their groundbreaking research on silver's impact on plant cells, aiming for another win as they head to Syracuse for the finals. more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway celebrates a significant milestone as it breaks ground on a new Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Post-Partum Unit, marking a commitment to improving maternity care access and addressing racial disparities in healthcare in the Rockaways and surrounding communities. more
It ended too soon for the Hewlett boys’ lacrosse team.  The preseason goal was winning a round of the playoffs. As it turned out, the Bulldogs never technically qualified for the … more
The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC's Junior Maccabi Team from Wilmington secures a silver medal in basketball at the Mid-Atlantic Mini and Junior Maccabi Games, showcasing exceptional sportsmanship and camaraderie among nine- to 12-year-olds. more
At a recent Lawrence Village board meeting, residents voiced concerns over alleged "illegal operations" by Mark David Catering, prompting discussions on zoning laws and potential legal actions to address community concerns. more
Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a forum on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, hosted by Cornell University’s Institute of Politics and Global Affairs, which is directed by former U.S. Rep. Steve Israel. more
Poll after poll shows that most Americans believe the United States is more divided than usual. With many contentious issues appearing to lack compromises, constructive policies can emerge, but zealots on either side must have no greater influence in the debate, and solutions must be based not on either side’s so-called “facts,” but rather on the truth. more
Celebrating 125 years, Nassau County, formed in 1898 from parts of Queens, has become New York’s fifth-largest county, known for its spacious homes, quiet neighborhoods, excellent schools, rich history, and vibrant community spirit. more
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