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John Buglione, a social studies teacher at Baldwin High School, wanted a creative way for his students to never forget the devastating attacks of Sept. 11. more
After being uprooted from her life in Italy in 1968, Rita Monte turned to poetry to express how she felt about leaving her home country, which led her to a world of like-minded poets. more
Over 100 students received backpacks and supplies just in time for the new school year. more
The fun family-friendly Bike Parade returns this upcoming Saturday. more
On Thursday, August 17, Christine Sweeney, local musician, performed several songs at the Baldwin Public Library. more
It’s been 22 years since our world changed forever when our nation was attacked. But for so many like Susan Hutchins, it still feels like Sept. 11, 2001 — the day she lost her son, West Hempstead’s Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, in the South Tower of the World Trade Center. more
Close to 200 people were running, jogging or simply walking at Baldwin Park on Saturday to show their support for veterans. more
Over 25 years ago, John Cools started an event to bring together community members to participate and watch people race in cardboard boats. Today, this event is still a huge hit. more
Plaza Elementary School was one of the eight schools in Baldwin school district that reopened last week for the 2023-2024 school year. more
Rosh Hashana is the Birthday of The World. It is a time when we celebrate creation, a time when we give gratitude to God, asking for forgiveness. more
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