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An estimated 200,000 men, women and children took to the streets of Manhattan for the second Women’s March, held on the first anniversary of President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration on … more
The Hempstead Town Board unanimously passed legislation last week banning new hookah lounges from being built near homes, schools and local community centers. The legislation, proposed by Councilman … more
Mulcahy’s Pub and Concert Hall will become a sea of blue on Jan. 27. Hundreds of members of the New York City Police Department, as well as Wantagh and Seaford residents, will pack the venue … more
The Wantagh School District has announced that all classes and after school activities are canceled for Friday, Jan. 5. more
Seventh-grade students at Jonas E. Salk Middle School in Michele Witte’s class decided to pay it forward by selling colorful teddy bears as part of the school’s movement, Tyler’s … more
“People aren’t looking any less for comfort and religious experiences,” said Rabbi Daniel Bar-Nahum, of Temple Emanu-El of East Meadow. “But the way they approach it is … more
Jan. 4, 1948, was a cold, snowy night in the metropolitan area — the night that Johanna and Joseph Lucca were married at our Lady of Good Council Church in Brooklyn. Johanna recalls standing on … more
Part 6 of the “Educating the 21st Century Child” series. Students held the Google Cardboard virtual-reality glasses to their faces on a recent Thursday. “Let’s get ready to … more
Wantagh resident Mary Wagner says she’ll never forget when her good friend Ellen Cook tried to persuade her to join the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, which … more
Part five in the series “Educating the 21st Century Child.”Mepham High School broadcast teacher Stu Stein often holds class in the dark, and with virtually every surface in his … more
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