At its board of trustees meeting on Feb. 27, the Baldwin Public Library announced plans to hold a public referendum in May on a redesign and renovation of the facility’s first and second floors …
Baldwin High School’s Education Academy has been named a 2023 Magna Award winner by the National School Boards Association for its commitment to innovation in education. This is the 29th year …
Baldwin couldn’t have scripted a better start to last Saturday’s Long Island Class AA boys’ basketball championship game.
For the second Saturday in a row, Jaylen Brown from downtown provided the difference for Baldwin. Brown’s three-pointer from the corner with 56.5 seconds remaining broke the last of six …
Long Island Pickleball Pros hosted their third annual pickleball tournament to fundraise for homeless woman and children living at Bethany House on March 5.
The Baldwin Public Library set up a photo and literature display on the first floor to honor Women’s History Month and a new array of books for the Great Reading Challenge.
South shore firefighters helped extinguish several fires in Baldwin’s business row on March 2 — leaving at least 16 people homeless.
The Pitch Pefect Project, an eight-person jazz ensemble, performed for more than 50 library patrons on Feb. 27 to celebrate Black History Month.
Hempstead Town Councilman Chris Carini and Town Clerk Kate Murray collected hundreds of Valentine’s Day letters from students at three Baldwin elementary schools this month.
“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.
When we think of the most influential people in our lives growing up, we’re likely to point out our parents, some members of our extended family, maybe even a religious leader or two. But no list is complete without teachers.
“Make lemonade out of lemons” is a saying ingrained from an early age in students across the country . . .
The likelihood that former President Donald Trump will run again in 2024 seems to increase by the day. Unless the Mar-a-Lago raid turns up something that leads to a criminal indictment . . .