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Members of the student council at Floral-Park Bellerose raised $1,000 through a schoolwide fundraising event in order to host a breakfast on June 11 for frontline workers in the community. The fundraiser, called Hearts 2 Help, invited students to decorate the school’s sidewalk with chalk hearts. Members of the student council decided to redirect the funds back into the community by hosting a breakfast for essential workers. more
An Elmont woman plead guilty on Oct. 27 to participating in a kickback scheme with the former director of food services for the Hempstead Union Free School District, who plead guilty on Nov. 29. … more
The Franklin Square & Munson Fire District elections take place on Dec. 13 at 841 Liberty Place, behind the Franklin Square Post Office, from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Les Saltzman and Ted Braun are running … more
Dozens of community members bundled up and jumped into the holiday spirit at the annual Franklin Civic Association’s Winter Festival and tree lighting at the Rath Park Gazebo in Franklin Square on … more
The Franklin Square Museum brought visitors back in time to the early days of traditional German holiday celebrations at their open house on Dec. 4. Nancy Youngfert, president of the Franklin … more
Nov. 26 marked Small Business Saturday on Long Island and the Franklin Square Chamber showed its support for the neighborhood’s brick-and-mortars. Lisa DelliPizzi, president of the Franklin … more
It was a night to remember, and a night to recognize the people and businesses that help make Nassau Community College what it is. more
Lianne Webb and Natalia Suaza stood out from among dozens of contestants from across Nassau and Suffolk counties, crowned winners of Miss Long Island and Miss Teen Long Island. more
The New York State Education Department is calling for an end to the use of Native American mascots in schools — and Sewanhaka High School is on the list of schools that must comply by the end of … more
This holiday season, the Franklin Square community is preparing for the triumphant return of its annual Winter Festival and tree lighting on Dec. 3 at Rath Park’s gazebo. Frank Culmone, … more
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