Atlantic Beach takes a green step forward

The longest of journeys always begins with the first step, and though the number of Atlantic Beach village’s businesses is small compared to surrounding communities, the municipality veered to …

‘We are all your family'

Rabbi Andrew Warmflash said that his friend, Harry Laufer, would first head to synagogue in the morning and after that to The Brandeis School, then he would go to work. “Jewish community and …

Seasons supermarkets file for bankruptcy

Seasons, the upscale kosher supermarket chain with national ambitions, has filed for bankruptcy, it was reported late Monday.In its Chapter 11 filing, Seasons reported $42 million in debt and $5 …

HAFTR Highlights

Welcoming new staff, transitioning from summer

Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School students and teachers returned on Sept. 5, after a well-earned summer vacation. The high school has experienced several changes in important …

Lawrence makes early statement

It didn’t take long for Lawrence, a team with a regular-season record of 47-12-10 dating back to 2012, to become part of the conversation of leading contenders for the Nassau Class A boys’ soccer championship.

Five Towns National Merit semifinalists named

Stella K. Abraham, Davis Renov Stahler, Hewlett, Lawrence and Rambam Mesivta high schools have students named as 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists. Aliza Mandelbaum, a senior …

Take part in Special Needs Golf Day at the Woodmere Club

The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC is sponsoring a Special Needs Golf Day on Sunday, Oct. 7 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Woodmere Club, 99 Meadow Drive, Woodmere. At noon is the welcome and registration, …

Founding Lawrence Men’s Tennis Club member honored

To close out another successful tennis season — for the second consecutive year, the Senior League (over 60) team representing men’s tennis at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club …

Remembering those who died on 9/11

The Village of Cedarhurst hosted its annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony, albeit inside Village Hall because of rain, but the Tuesday, Sept. 11 event, 17 years to the day of the terrorist attacks was no …

Kaminsky calls for LIRR reform

The results of a recent poll launched by State Sen. Todd Kaminsky came as no surprise to commuters this week — the majority of Long Island Rail Road users in Long Beach and other areas are …

Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association is now taking nominations

The constituted and revitalized Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association is continuing the organization’s annual tradition of inducting new members into the Hall of Fame in recognition of the …

Pediatric urgent care opens in Hewlett shopping center

Along with getting coffee, pizza and ice cream in the Peninsula Shopping Center at the intersection of Peninsula Boulevard and Mill Road in Hewlett, parents can now take their children to the newly …

Running for Community Chest South Shore in Atlantic Beach

Community Chest South Shore hosted its annual 5K Run and Family Walk in Atlantic Beach on Sept. 2. There were 171 runners and several people that strolled along, and even a few with their dogs.Pablo …