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When 12-year-old Kaden Rogers saw that the Covid-19 pandemic had left some local families hungry and in need of household supplies, he collected donations to benefit them as part of his mitzvah project, a community-service deed in preparation for his bar mitzvah. more
Dec. 14, pharmacist Anthony Longo said, was the most important day of his career, as he prepared the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in New York state, and perhaps the country. more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran must quarantine for 10 days because of a recent exposure to a person who had tested positive for Covid-19. Curran's press office reported Thursday that the … more
With local businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic, Bryan Lanzello sprang into action, using social media to create raffles to help support them. more
After waiting nearly two years and facing several obstacles, the restaurant Prime 39, in Lynbrook, hosted a “soft” grand opening on Monday, and planned a full grand opening for Christmas Eve, after the Herald went to press. more
Town of Hempstead officials on Monday announced that each of the 36 school districts within the town and the Board of Cooperative Educational Services would receive a $150,000 grant to help pay for … more
For more than 75 years, the Freeport-Merrick Rotary has lived by one motto: “Service above self.” And although the pandemic has hindered the club’s usual fundraising efforts, … more
Nassau County hospital officials and elected leaders are moving fast to prepare for distribution of the first doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine after federal emergency-use authorization for it was … more
For only the third time in nearly 70 years, the Lynbrook Fire Department will not hold its annual Christmas Fire Truck Rides in December for the village’s children because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
At Vision Long Island’s 19th annual Smart Growth Summit, which was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach was one of many mayors and town supervisors who spoke about overcoming difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic. more
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