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Nassau Community College’s decision to remove a pair of popular programs designed to help students with autism spectrum disorder in and out of the classroom has parents and educators concerned. They want the programs restored. more
On Monday, June 1 at 7:45 p.m., Hindi’s Libraries, the Cedarhurst-based book collection and donation organization, presents a virtual workshop with Charlie Haray as part of its Confidence & Conversation workshop series. more
Elmont and Franklin Square business leaders said their downtowns were slowly coming back to life on Wednesday, the first day of Long Island's Phase One reopening of its economy, and they said they hoped people would abide by social-distancing protocols to ensure the economy stays open. more
NYCB Live announced on May 16 that it would be launching drive-in movie weekends this spring and summer at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale. The first movie screening will be DreamWorks Animation's … more
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
During a lull in the Long Island Cares food distribution at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence on May 20, Inwood resident Sarah Hayes took a well-earned gulp of water and explained why she volunteers. more
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on Wednesday, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies to restart operations, along with retailers for curbside pickup only. more
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on Wednesday, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies to restart operations, along with retailers for curbside pickup only. more
Temple Israel of Lawrence will host a virtual talk with Amy Spitalnick, the executive director of Integrity First for America, will discuss “Taking On Violent Anti-Semitism and White Supremacy: Charlottesville and Beyond,” on Wednesday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. more
Governor Cuomo came to Jones Beach State Park Sunday to offer a modicum of hope for a region battered by the coronavirus: Long Island, he said, was on track to begin Phase I reopening on Wednesday, … more
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