Carl Fischer is used to playing his trumpet in front of an audience of thousands. But his performance on April 21 was particularly sentimental.
More than $17,000 has been secured for the creation of a Quiet Room at Baldwin Public Library — just a few weeks before voters approved an $11.6 million referendum to include the redesign and renovation of the building’s first and second floors.
At the monthly Board of Education meeting on May 10, Baldwin High School Principal Neil Testa presented the top students who will be graduating the high school in June.
For the first time since pre-pandemic, Baldwin High School students in both the engineering class and STEM/Engineering Academy embarked on a learning excursion at the National Grid Northport Power Station.
Baldwin resident Sumayya Spann has earned the salutatorian award for the graduating class of 2023 at Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School in Brookville, NY.
Kathleen Schieck, a fourth-grade teacher at Lenox Elementary School in Baldwin, routinely opened her email on April 26, and to her surprise, she discovered that she had been awarded $500.
Mental Health Awareness Month
Baldwin resident Patrice Peterson, who had been initially misdiagnosed with full schizophrenia disorder, found a treatment in 2021 that she said changed her life forever.
Hosted by the Baldwin Civic Association and Legislator Debra Mulé, the Baldwin Bike Parade brought the community together to celebrate the joy of biking.
Richard Rattan, ceo of Safe Health Educators, brought his extensive knowledge on safety to Baldwin fifth graders last Thursday.
Assemblyman Brian Curran hosted a “Young Leaders In the 21st” event two weeks ago, which honored young people who made a positive difference in their community.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District has proposed a budget of nearly $245 million for the 2023-24 academic year, funding a number of projects beginning this fall . . .
“I couldn’t bear the thought of people being horrified by the sight of my son,” Mamie Bradley, the mother of 14-year-old Emmett Till, a Black kid from Chicago who was tortured and murdered in 1955, told the press at the time.
To no one’s surprise, President Biden has announced that he will seek a second term. That announcement has stirred up oceans of talk about his ability to serve another four years . . .
I grew up as a Reagan Republican, and I have some opinions on our current political paradigm. Reagan, whose flaws are perseverated over in our time, had some great traits that are applicable to our current environment.
When it comes to New York state's Marihuana Regulation and Taxation Act, you can toss a coin as to whether it is a hiccup or a major bureaucratic headache.