Uniondale Public Schools

Smith Street Hootenanny

Uniondale Union Free School District's Smith Street School recently held its second annual Spring Hootenanny. Titled "A Gathering with Special Musical Performances," the band, orchestra and chorus scholars performed outside in Smith Street School's circular driveway. The event was open to families and friends of the performing scholars. The scholar-musicians performed from 9:15 am to 10:30 am.

Uniondale Education

Cooking class—live from Africa

Uniondale Union Free School District's Turtle Hook Middle School scholars recently participated in a live virtual conference with Ghanaian chefs via Zoom.

Uniondale Traffic

Serious car crash leaves one person injured

The First Squad reports the details of a Serious Auto Accident that occurred on Friday, April 15, 2022 at 1:35 AM in Uniondale.

INN benefits from a true “Drew-Gooder”

Todd Weinstein, the founder and administrator of the East Meadow Facebook page ‘Nice Things That Happen in East Meadow’ recently made his television debut. After his wife, Robin Weinstein, wrote into the Drew Barrymore talk show telling Barrymore all about the good that Todd does, he was picked out of the audience.

Editorial

Maintaining VA centers is the least we can do

In the waning weeks of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln realized that sooner rather than later, the tens of thousands of Union soldiers returning from the battlefield would be forced to fend for themselves.

Op-Ed

This week we pay tribute to volunteers

Several years ago, during my first day on the job as regional disaster officer for the American Red Cross in Central and South Texas, where I worked before joining the organization here in New York . . .

Jerry Kremer

Let’s focus more on Long Island’s downtowns

In Nassau and Suffolk counties there are over 100 villages and 11 towns. While all of these jurisdictions are supported by property taxes . . .

Randi Kreiss

The holidays don’t dampen worldwide strife

This week the three major religions of the world marked their holy days in calendric synchrony. Over the same few days,