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Frederick Brewington still remembers that first day of school when he arrived at Lindner Place Elementary School as a 9-year-old. He was instantly met with a swarm of … more
For the 13th year in a row, Rob Hallam is stacking his living room with boxes of food for his annual People’s Food Drive. “It’s gotten so big,” Hallam, of Lynbrook, said. … more
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — at least, that certainly seems the case for Malverne’s 2001 garbage truck. A private company from Rhode Island bought the vehicle … more
More than 100 couples were feeling the love this Valentine’s Day, and spent the romantic holiday at the Coral House, in Baldwin, to get their vows renewed by Hempstead Town Clerk, Kate Murray. … more
A statewide group of local news organizations — comprising of more than 100 newspapers across New York — has launched The Empire State Local News Coalition, a joint advocacy effort to advance a legislative package intended to deliver long-term sustainability to the sector. more
It’s important to celebrate Black history year-round, but February is a special time to highlight the contributions of Black Americans to arts, culture, technology and more. This year, the … more
The Malverne High School Key Club members fostered a connection with the elders at Atria Tanglewood, a senior living facility in Lynbrook, bridging a generation gap while learning valuable lessons. … more
Malverne’s Maurice W. Downing Primary School looked more like a senior citizen center as the students celebrated their 100th day of school on Feb. 8 by dressing — and acting — as if … more
The Lakeview Civic Association hosted Council Laura Ryder, newly reelected to the Town of Hempstead board, and two Nassau County Police Department police officers at their monthly meeting last … more
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