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Joseph Cavataio, an 18-year-old from Hewlett, earned the prestigious Eagle Scout rank, the highest honor in Boy Scouts at a ceremony on Jan. 7. more
At the seventh annual Nedivei Lev Service Society induction ceremony, 16 seniors from David Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys were recognized for their community and school service and acts of kindness (chessed). Student Activities Director Rabbi Eli Brazil coordinates all the cheesed opportunities at DRS. more
On Jan. 9 at noon, many Hewlett High School students waited years anxiously awaiting this moment. While the clock struck, all the students who competed in the Regeneron STS competition speedily searched for their names on the semifinalist webpage. more
The Village of Atlantic Beach is gearing up to make its boardwalk a better venue this summer. “We try to get most of the work on the boardwalk done in the winter,” said Deputy Mayor Edward Sullivan. “Whenever it isn’t super cold, raining or snowing.” more
A process that has already taken a few years will take some more time as the Village of Lawrence board of trustees unanimously voted to reject the current bids for an ambulance and restart the bidding at a special board meeting on Jan. 12. more
The contract impasse between the Lawrence School District and the roughly 280-member Lawrence Teachers Association continues as the Board of Education unanimously rejected the fact-finder’s report and the LTA filed an improper practice charge against the BOE. more
New Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman is settling into his second floor office at 240 Old Country Road in Mineola, and said he has begun to understand what it will take to do the job effectively. more
Rarely has Long Island felt Washington’s political reverberations as strongly as it has during the first year of Donald J. Trump’s presidency. more
After opening Small Business Alliance chapters in New Jersey and Queens, the Manhattan-based Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce recently came to Lawrence and launched a Five Towns chapter of the networking group. more
UPDATE: The Herald covered both the Jan. 10 and Jan. 17 Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education meetings that focused on whether the school district would add the Muslim holidays of Eid al-Fitr and Eid Al Adha to its calendar as days off. more
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