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From barbershop and jazz to soul and a cappella, students from Baldwin High School sang their hearts out during The Sing-Off on the Mile on June 17. more
It was all sequins, corsages, dress shoes and makeup the evening of June 25, when Baldwin High School hosted its senior prom at Leonard’s of Great Neck. Pre-prom gatherings took place all … more
With their bright blue caps soaring into the air, Baldwin High School’s seniors said goodbye to their lives as high school students and welcomed a new chapter on June 26. more
From barbershop and jazz to soul and a cappella, students from Baldwin High School sang their hearts out during The Sing-Off on the Mile on June 17. Hosted by the Our Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic … more
What sane, over-60 woman would get on a stage, with dreams of earning a glittery crown by singing, gliding across the floor wearing a sequenced evening gown, culminating in her … more
Muslims across Nassau County are joining together to observe Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, which began mid-June. And while the major rituals of Ramadan involve fasting from sunrise to sunset — as a means of inner reflection and self-control — and donating to charity, local Islamic leaders said they are also using the time to promote interfaith awareness and unity in light of hate crimes that have taken place across the world in recent months. more
It is hard to dislike fireworks. Yes, I have tried. The environmentalist in me should not like smoke and haze filling the sky. The pacifist in me should not like the bombast of exploding shells. more
The Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter in Wantagh will host a Family Fun Day on Saturday, July 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
With a herd of Nigerian dwarf goats eating their way through a field of mugwort weeds in the background, Town of Hempstead officials welcomed National Parks of New York Harbor Commissioner Joshua Laird to the Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick last Thursday. Laird and a contingent of federal and New York City officials came to the 52-acre preserve to understand better how to convert a decommissioned landfill into a wildlife refuge. more
The threat of an impending storm on Saturday night has forced Nassau County and Town officials to postpone their Fourth of July fireworks shows. more
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