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North Woodmere resident Bernard Igielski fulfilled a lifelong dream by meeting a relative of Dr. Berthold Epstein, the man who saved his four times at the Auschwitz concentration camp. more
Freeport generates roughly $15.8 million a year in state sales taxes. The state collects the money, and then sends back roughly $6.2 million to Nassau County and the Town of Hempstead.The share of … more
Cub Scout Pack 1818, the only Cub Scout Pack on Long Island geared towards accommodating Orthodox Jewish boys visited the Schiff Scout Reservation to learn about archery at the sprawling, 400-acre site on June 10. more
Ella Dumast, 7, and Ellie Damashek, 8, had never met in their young lives, but their grandmothers, Leslie Aronin, (Ella) and Ronnie Hirsh ( Ellie), and mothers Kelly (Aronin) Dumast and Lara (Hirsh) Damashek have known each for years, living in Woodmere. more
Lawrence-Cedarhurst American Legion Post 339 held its induction for the 2018-19 slate of officer at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club in Lawrence on June 10. more
Elissa Candiotti who graduated Syracuse University last month and from Hewlett High School four years ago, won the national competition for the radio category in the 2017-2018 Hearst National Journalism Awards Championship, and then competed against four other finalists for the top prize. Candiotti finished fourth and took home $1,500. more
Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting came to an end on June 15, known as Eid al-Fitr. It began on May 15, Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, is incredibly important to Muslims as it was the time in which the Quran, the holy book of Islam was revealed to the prophet Muhammad. more
Nassau County police Officers Anthony Albanese, Roberto Varela and Sgt. James Crawford were honored for helping to save the life of a man who had gone into cardiac arrest outside the police department’s 4th Precinct in Hewlett on April 20. more
Roughly a decade before she became an assemblywoman in 2016, Atlantic Beach resident Melissa “Missy” Miller traveled to New Jersey with her then 7-year-old son, Oliver, for what she described as a “carnival” that offered an array of information on services for people with disabilities. more
A plan to replace the 100-year-old Meadowmere Park bridge, a wooden footbridge that connects Meadowmere Park, an island community of about 100 homes, to Rosedale, Queens, is facing strong opposition from residents. more
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