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Neatly placed junk might sound like an oxymoron but many people think a junk man can't be an environmentalist either. more
Baldwin American Legion Post 246 hosted an Independence Day “Welcome Back” barbecue last Saturday to celebrate the Fourth of July, the gradual reopening of Long Island and the … more
Local food pantries, including the St. Christopher’s Parish pantry in Baldwin, have been feeling the toll of the coronavirus pandemic. But Town of Hempstead officials announced last week that a … more
Baldwin High School student Dylan Pigott, of Ms. Hughes’ AP Language and Composition class, recently won the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association 34th Annual Student Poetry Contest 2020 for his … more
As the New York Islanders gear up for the National Hockey League playoffs starting Aug. 1, the name of their future home at Belmont Park was made official Wednesday, when UBS announced its exclusive … more
Members of Girl Scout Troop 2144 recently donated their remaining boxes of cookies to the employees of Stop & Shop in Baldwin. “These heroes have been feeding our community throughout … more
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed my life in many different ways, as it has for so many people. My department, facilities, in the Baldwin Union Free School District, was planning for the spring … more
An estimated 500 people marched from the Baldwin Long Island Rail Road station today toward Merrick to peacefully protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. more
Baldwin Middle School seventh-grade students have spent the last few weeks focusing on how people could band together during a time of crisis as they read “Rising Water” by Marc Aronson. … more
An estimated 500 people marched from the Baldwin Long Island Rail Road station today toward Merrick to peacefully protest police brutality and the death of George Floyd in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. more
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