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They came wearing tee-shirts that shouted for justice. They came holding placards denouncing racism. They came pushing baby strollers and helping the infirm find a... [Read More]
For a third straight night, Black Lives Matter demonstrators convened in Merrick and Bellmore to protest the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police... [Read More]
Thousands of demonstrators from all over Long Island flooded the streets of Bellmore and Merrick Thursday night on the third consecutive day of Black Lives... [Read More]
Governor Cuomo came to Jones Beach State Park on May 24 to offer a modicum of hope for a region battered by the coronavirus: Long... [Read More]
Demonstrations protesting the police killing of George Floyd continued in Valley Stream on Thursday as more than 100 people gathered around 1 p.m. at the... [Read More]
With the focus largely on physical health during the coronavirus pandemic, Glen Head resident Andrea Macari, a clinical psychologist with a practice in Manhasset, said... [Read More]
The Nassau County Planning Commission gave a thumbs up the villages of Lawrence, Woodsburgh and the Town of Hempstead for their proposal to create a... [Read More]
Every morning, students at Parkway Elementary School, in East Meadow, would hop out of their cars and start their day with a greeting from Andre... [Read More]
According to tradition, 10 Baldwin High School graduating seniors were recently honored by their teachers and asked to speak about three educators who had the... [Read More]
A van pulled into the driveway of the Diaz home in East Meadow on May 30 and, within minutes, Damien Diaz and his daughters Ysa,... [Read More]
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on May 27, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies... [Read More]
As Long Island moved into Week Two of the state's Phase One reopening, business owners who had not been operating since the coronavirus pandemic business... [Read More]
While a graduation ceremony initially scheduled for June 8 was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lawrence Woodmere Academy Headmaster Brian O'Connell thought of the... [Read More]
During a time when every traditional activity associated with the spring has been canceled or substantially altered because of the coronavirus pandemic, people have found... [Read More]
First responders across Long Island have had to change the way they treat patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Emergency service units such as Atlantic Beach... [Read More]
Levi Yitzchak Family Center & Library officials said that the facility on Central Avenue in Cedarhurst was vandalized on May 30. [Read More]
Her family described as a person who did not need to be applauded or exalted, however Marcia "Marcy" Moreines appeared to be a woman who... [Read More]
The proposed Hewlett-Woodmere School District budget of $126.88 million is nearly 3 percent larger than the current spending plan, but the increase is justified, because... [Read More]
The proposed 2020-21 Lawrence School District budget of $102.49 million is just $41,000 larger than the current spending plan, but boasts new programs and the... [Read More]
Thousands turned out for a Black Lives Matter protest in Merrick and Bellmore today, and Heralds Executive Editor Scott Brinton follow the protesters as they... [Read More]
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