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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
Glimpse the region's past during a 19th century-style Memorial Day commemoration. more
For many Long Islanders, Memorial Day weekend is all about watching some of those high fliers in the Bethpage Air Show. more
Catholic high school principals have been warned about a new website where students are sharing naked pictures of female students “like baseball cards.” Mary McMahon, director of the … more
Potential Belmont Park developer the Blumenfeld Development Group presented its vision for the south lot of the racetrack to the community on May 18 at the Elmont Library. The company’s plan … more
With the demand for engineers ever increasing, the Levittown School District is preparing students at a young age for potential careers. The Project Lead the Way program is in its third year at the district’s two middle schools, offering students an insight into in-demand jobs. more
A: You have the resources to turn your house into the dream home you’ve always wanted. Now what? Here are some tips to help you plan your remodel. Compile your wish list. … more
As soon as a baby is born, knowledge and information is absorbed immediately, which is exactly why two Seaford Girl Scouts decided that a bookshelf would be the perfect contribution to a neonatal intensive care unit. more
“I really believe in the quote, ‘Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it,’” said John Sottnik, third vice commander of Wantagh American Legion Post 1273. “American men and women have fought and died to preserve our freedom, and we celebrate and give thanks for their ultimate sacrifice on Memorial Day so that we, and our children, can live in liberty and freedom. Memorial Day is a history lesson for all of us in Wantagh.” more
“It’s not a sad day at all today,” Lorraine Fiorello said in the living room of her Seaford home on May 17, one year to the day after her son, Nico, was injured in a swimming accident at Jones Beach. “It’s a day to party.” more
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