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Adelphi University in Garden City unveiled its spring semester dean’s list and it includes 28 Five Towns residents. Adelphi’s deans of arts and sciences, education and health science, business, nursing and public health, social work and psychology recognize superior academic work every semester. more
The Lawrence School District lost its appeal opposing the Town of Hempstead’s Industrial Development Agency’s granting Raymour & Flanigan a 10-year PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) for a warehouse in Lawrence. more
By simply taking four swabs of cells from the inside of your mouth, it’s possible to save someone else’s life, because for every 400 swabs, there’s a bone marrow match, according to the nonprofit Gift of Life Marrow Registry, which teamed up again with the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway to hold a bone marrow testing event last Sunday. more
Applying finalized state aid money, the Hewlett-Woodmere School District’s Board of Education voted unanimously at the July 1 meeting to approve a reduction of the school district’s tax for the 2021-2022 school. more
The class of 2021. What haven’t we done? We have put banners on the wall season after season as we have competed in multiple playoffs and championships after dominating the regular season. more
Competing in a virtual science contest against more than 400 students from 31 different schools from across Long Island, Hewlett High School students Blake Lippman, who just graduated, and Tyler … more
When the next school year begins, several longtime Hewlett High School faculty members who were familiar to students and colleagues alike will no longer be seen in the hallways. more
Seventh-graders the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach in Woodmere built musical instruments all made of recycled materials in Rina Korman’s science class. more
It began in 2019, was interrupted because of the coronavirus in 2020 and returned his year with 120 participants, 86 of them in-person who took part in what was billed as the second annual Brandeis 5K Run on June 13. Another 34 took part virtually and more than $15,000 was raised. more
Lori Skonberg grew up with dyslexia — difficulty with learning to read or interpret words, letters and other symbols — at a time when discerning such disorders was not as common as it is now. more
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