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The Nassau County Police Benevolent Association and volunteer firefighters from around the county played a hockey game at Nassau Coliseum last Saturday to raise money for the family of Joseph Sanford Jr. more
Whether it is repaving a parking lot at the Hewlett House or helping children find scholarship money to attend college, Cedarhurst resident Joseph Santaniello wants to be able to help. more
Babette Gurwitz worked behind the scenes but that didn’t diminish the impact she had in her 45 years working at the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library. more
In the late 1950s through the ’60s the Saddle Ridge Estates section of Woodmere was an oasis of suburban living with families who socialized and shared the happiness and anxieties associated with raising children. more
Just as the second semester at Hewlett High School began, students became preoccupied planning their vacation schedule. It’s winter recess now, and many students are choosing to spend their time wisely by relaxing and recuperating, visiting colleges or catching up on sleep. more
In a school that proudly points to its diverse global student population, Lawrence Woodmere Academy’s lower school proclaimed Feb. 13 International Day with performances that highlighted the music and dance of six countries. more
Whether it is repaving a parking lot at the Hewlett House or helping children find scholarship money to attend college, Cedarhurst resident Joseph Santaniello wants to be able to help. more
The Village of Lawrence will hold a public hearing at its March 5 meeting on the possibility of approving a local law that would permit the trustees to pierce the mandated state tax cap of 2.1 percent. more
Cyber attacks, when computer systems of companies, institutions, organization and governments and individually-owned devices are broken into or “hacked” are going to occur, according to technology experts, how these attacks are defended could be the difference between limiting the them or being a constant victim. more
Hundreds of local dignitaries, residents, friends and relatives attended the funeral mass at St. Joachim’s R.C. Church in Cedarhurst on Friday to pay their respects to lifelong Five Towns resident Andrew J. Parise who died on Feb. 8 at 90. more
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