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Ever since St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church moved from Freeport to Hewlett Avenue in Merrick in 1982, parishioners there have dreamed of constructing a community center where they could hold Greek language, culture and religious classes, said the Rev. Nikiforos Fakinos, St. Demetrios’s pastor. more
While New York City is expanding access to universal pre-kindergarten, that is not necessarily the case on Long Island, where districts are just getting back state aid that had been lost in recent years, and must develop budgets within the tax cap. more
Save the dates because next week Wantagh High School theater students will bring their audience back in time to the small settlement of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire. Based on the story by American playwright Thornton Wilder, “Our Town” is set in the early 1900s and told through the characters of George Gibbs and Emily Web and how their love story comes to life. more
“I knew I always wanted to be a mom,” Maria Chiaramonte said. “I couldn’t wait to have babies and wanted a family right away.” more
Half a dozen children had fun decorating butterfly and flower cookies at the Wantagh Public Library on April 27 in celebration of the spring season. With just a pair of gloves and a baking apron, the children were able to learn about the culinary arts and even bring home a box of goodies for their family. more
Despite all its glitter, glamour and great bodies, the new Broadway musical American Psycho does not have mass appeal. It's not the kind of show one might recommend to out-of-town visitors unless … more
Belmont Park’s 54-day Spring/Summer Meet got under way last Friday, with Miroc winning the historic track’s first race of 2016, taking a six furlong dirt event in ideal conditions by more than two lengths with jockey Jose Ortiz aboard. more
After wining Conference II last year, Long Beach girls’ lacrosse is back in the Nassau County’s top league this year and showing it more than belongs. The Lady Marines have gone toe to toe with traditional powers and enter the home stretch of the regular season with eyes on deep postseason march in Class B. more
For some, Spring Break is a time to relax and gear up for the final push of the school year, but don’t tell that to the East Meadow softball team. The Lady Jets had no time to relax, as they were making a push of their own in Conference I (10-2), playing four games in five days and coming out with a 3-1 mark. more
Keeping with tradition, Valley Stream South’s final home softball game of the season, played last Saturday morning against neighboring rival Valley Stream North, was all about the seniors. more
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