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Baldwin embraces ‘yarn bombing’ beautification

By April 11, most of the exterior of the Baldwin Public Library building will be covered in colorful knitted and crocheted fabrics, as a part of a “yarn bombing” community art …

Baldwin determined to change fortunes

Baldwin boys’ soccer coach Chris Soupios and the Bruins couldn’t wait for a fresh start after a difficult 2019 season brought just a couple of draws across 14 matches resulting in the …

Baldwin business owners reflect on year-long pandemic

As the world marked the first anniverary of the coronavirus pandemic this month, many business owners in Baldwin said they have been reflecting on how they have fared the last 12 months. Some have …

Baldwin students win Northwell Health science contest

A group of Baldwin students landed the top spot at Northwell Health’s annual science competition designed to encourage high school students to pursue careers in the science, technology, …

Soup to Nuts Soup Kitchen adjusts to pandemic

“What does a soup kitchen do in the middle of a pandemic when gathering for a meal is not safe or permitted?” asked Steve Greenfield, vice president of the Baldwin Civic Association. He …

Editorial

State must provide greater municipal oversight

Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman announced last week that he would not run for re-election — a wise move, given the tenuous nature of any candidacy he might have tried to mount.

Op-Ed

Momentum builds to eliminate housing discrimination

The new year is off to a promising start in the effort to eliminate housing discrimination, with significant actions taken by the federal and state governments. Those actions, and related ones that are brewing . . .