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City officials and Long Beach residents alike marched along West Park Avenue on Monday to commemorate the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Before the annual march — which first started … more
Sounds of skates gliding across the ice and sticks battling for pucks filled the air at Grant Park on Jan. 10, as players from a growing ice hockey league in Valley Stream faced-off in a scrimmage to celebrate the addition of a new varsity team. more
Hundreds of members of the Long Beach School Employees Association and the Classroom Teachers Association picketed outside Long Beach Middle School before the Jan. 12 Board of Education meeting, … more
Colette Morales, a hair stylist at Who Does Your Hair? in Bellmore, was walking down 5th Avenue in Manhattan on Jan. 9 when she saw a homeless man wearing lightweight pants curled up into a ball. This man planned to stay warm at a McDonald’s that night, when the temperature cooled to 15 degrees. more
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., born Jan. 15, 1929, said that the most urgent question in life is, “What are you doing for others?” Students in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District were directly asked that question last week, and their answers ranged from collecting food for the less fortunate to spending time with an individual who needs someone to listen. more
Tasked with performing 2,000 acts of kindness in one week, students at John G. Dinkelmeyer Elementary School went above and beyond by performing 5,060, in hope of combatting negativity in the school and the larger community. more
Earlier this month, 35,000 Nassau County seniors opened their property tax bill and were surprised with how much money they owed. Instead of seeing a tax deduction that had been around since 2002, these seniors were forced to pay the full price. more
Democrats may have won a numerical majority of 32 in the State Senate, with the 8th District victory of John Brooks over incumbent Republican Michael Venditto, but they will still not be the ones in power. more
More people, fewer jobs To the Editor: Re Scott Brinton’s column last week, “Trump in charge? Blame creative destruction”: I enjoyed the column, but I believe Brinton left out certain … more
The Lynbrook Baptist Church will host a youth leadership networking event on Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. Binu Thomas, the youth minister at the Community Church of Great Neck, who is a Lynbrook resident, will host the event. more
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