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Wants trustees to answer questions To the Editor: Thank you for publishing the article “Budgeting under the tax cap” (May 5-11). more
The sun seeped through the clouds and the rain abated for Kulanu Academy’s annual fair at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park last Sunday. Rides, games, crafts, face painting, petting zoo, raffles and refreshments were all part of the four and a half-hour event. more
Exhibits and more... Africa: Sub-Saharan DiversityDrawn exclusively from the Hofstra University Museum’s collections, this exhibition explores the rich diversity of 25 ethnic cultures across … more
The National Council of Jewish Women, Peninsula Section celebrated the 15th anniversary of the first universally accessible playground in Nassau County at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park in the Village of Cedarhurst with a rededication ceremony last Sunday. more
Raising money to support the Ride for Life that Chris Pendergast does annually has become a tradition in the Lawrence School District and this year there was a twist for Lawrence Elementary School students. more
What would the world be like if there had not been a Holocaust? If Adolf Hitler didn’t exist? What would the world be like if the cultures and languages of 13 million people were not decimated? more
The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) High School’s annual Celebration of Excellence was held on May 19. During this night, we came together and celebrated the students’ accomplishments during the current school year. more
Hewlett High School senior Rachel Vcherashansty, a licensed driver for two years, tried to text and drive at a simulator set up by the Save a Life Tour representatives who visited the school last Thursday. more
Glimpse the region's past during a 19th century-style Memorial Day commemoration. more
When Bernie Tessler, chief executive officer of Gold Coast Sports Academy and its parent company, Oasis Children’s Services, and his Executive Vice President Michael Schlank, were looking for someone to team up with for a new lacrosse camp, for them there was no one better than former Hewlett High School star Max Seibald. more
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