If you’re catching a train or disembarking from one at the Baldwin Long Island Rail Road station starting this Sunday night, and you see bright lights three quarters of a mile to the south, that will be Katie Blazdell’s Christmas tree.
Stephen Carroll, former head coach of the Baldwin High School football team, recently reflected on how his book, “100 Years of Baldwin Football,” has impacted the community.
The Baldwin Harbor Animal Hospital is collecting items for their second annual pet pantry.
The South Baldwin Jewish Center, SBJC, will be hosting their annual Chanukah Candle Lighting next month, but amid the Oct. 7 attack on Israel, the holiday will hold more significance.
For the first time, Baldwin High School has been designated with ”Silver with Access” as the 2023 Advanced Placement Honor Roll recipient for optimizing college readiness and broadening student access through AP classes.
The Irish Pub has evolved during the past six decades that the establishment has served Baldwin, but its sense of community has remained a constant.
Over the course of the past 12 years, Jim Volpe has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, LLS, in honor of his wife Marianne, who died from leukemia in 2011.
New York State School Music Association, NYSSMA, has designated Baldwin High School senior Ryan Clark an All-State performer—a highly selective ensemble comprising seniors and juniors and represent the best of New York musicians.
The results are in. Baldwin Public Library patrons donated 375 pounds of pet supplies for Long Island Care’s Baxter’s Pet Pantry.
Hempstead Town Councilwoman Laura Ryder stopped by Baldwin schools to pick up firefighter cards that were created by the students.