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Local high school football players will focus on character development and specific skill training when the National Football League’s High School Player Development free program for students entering 9th–12th grade comes to Nassau County. 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
Exhibits and more... BA Djibril NgawaA solo exhibit by the West African artist. Photographs and paintings inspired by the shapes, colors, traditions and nature that surrounded Ngawa during his … more
Billy Joel's iconic tunes come alive at the free summmer concert. more
Director, actor, student and Malvernite, 21-year-old Daniel Higgins, has his hands full this summer directing his 28th production, an original play called “The Caretaker of Corofin." more
A father and son from East Meadow were arrested last Friday after police said they sold cars with altered mileage totals in order to deceive buyers. more
East Meadow firefighters responded to a house fire on Van Buren Avenue, in East Meadow, on Monday afternoon, just before 1 p.m. Members of Ladder 617, followed by Engine 612, Ladder 619, Engine 4 and Engine 1, arrived on the scene, and “were confronted with zero visibility and a quickly advancing kitchen fire, now extending into the attic of the home,” said volunteer John O’ Brien Sr. more
While high school seniors across East Meadow celebrated their graduations last week, it was also a special time for pre-schoolers at Kids First Evaluation & Advocacy Center, Inc. on June 25, who also donned mortarboards and received diplomas in celebration of the next step in their lives. more
Eighth-graders at Woodland and W.T. Clarke middle schools culminated their time at their respective school with special moving-up ceremonies, on June 24. The ceremonies were laced with performances by school musical groups and poignant speeches by administrators. more
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