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Kids got to practice their bicycle riding skills in the AAA Bike Rodeo at Glen Head Elementary School on April 29. Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 195, Glen Head School PTO and North Shore Community Youth … more
On Monday, Governor Cuomo ordered schools and non-essential businesses to remain closed until April 29 to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Previously, they were to close until April 15. At … more
School is out across the state through April 1, according to an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo Monday night.  At that time, state officials will consider whether to extend the … more
As the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, spreads across Long Island, Northwell Health’s Dr. David Rosenthal, an allergist and clinical immunologist, sat down this week for a nine-minute … more
All Nassau County schools will be closed for two weeks as of Monday, by order of Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. Curran made the announcement Sunday morning as health and school officials … more
Hofstra University has canceled in-person classes "out of an abundance of caution" for the upcoming week after a student reported to the school's health center Sunday with "flu-like" symptoms. The … more
Sacred Heart Academy’s 70th Anniversary celebration will continue with its Annual Dinner Dance honoring three alumnae who serve as models by taking the lead in their respective professions and … more
Republican Town of Hempstead officials celebrated at Town Hall on Jan. 7 as newly minted Supervisor Donald X. Clavin and the three of the town’s five council members took the oath of office. Former Supervisor Kate Murray was also sworn as town clerk, and Jeanine Driscoll stepped into Clavin’s previous position as receiver of taxes. more
Newly elected Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Don Clavin, announced his transition team at the Hofstra University Club on Monday. The team, which is comprised of more than 50 people, is headed by … more
Part four in a series. More than 50 years ago, racial tensions in the Malverne School District peaked. Prejudice divided the local community as hostilities mounted. Today, however, the district is … more
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