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A Florida man was struck by a vehicle and killed as he crossed the Nassau Expressway in Lawrence at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, police said. more
Two people were killed when the BMW car they were in and was heading south on Sheridan Boulevard in Inwood collided with a garbage truck that was traveling west on Bayview Avenue at 4:15 a.m. this morning, police said. more
Juan Garcia, 22, of Inwood and Baldwin, was sentenced to life in prison on Nov. 24 for killing Vanessa Argueta, 19, and her 2-year-old son, Diego Torres, in a wooded area of Central Islip on Feb. 5, 2010. more
The Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst played host for the first time to the annual Russia Thanksgiving celebration on Monday sponsored by the Marion and Aaron Gural JCC that is also in Cedarhurst. more
Comedian Johnny Lambert contributed his side-slitting humor and Hewlett residents Howard and Dana Taub and representatives from several local first responder units were honored at the sixth annual Five Towns Community Chest Neighbors in Need fundraiser at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club on Nov. 19. more
Recently, all anyone has been talking about is the notorious terrorist organization known as the Islamic State. Each day, we live in fear that this group will threaten the world with another attack. more
I have three weeks of Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) High School life about which to report. So much has happened that I cannot possibly go into detail about each event. Let me briefly fill you in on what we have been doing. more
About 25 children from public and private schools in Lawrence had the opportunity to learn and have fun as they participated in the Peninsula Public Library Explorers Club for six weeks which was supported by a $375 grant from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. more
Village of Lawrence employees, who are members of the United Public Service Employees (UPSE) union ratified a three-year contract, the first time in five years that the now 25 workers, have had a new agreement. more
Hewlett High School students took a step toward their future in the working world as they took part in the first of two Interview Day events on Nov. 19, as part of the Computer Technology and Careers class curriculum during this school year. more
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