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Long Beach, a city with an overwhelmingly white population, has only a few black businesses, although officials say they are trying to encourage more. But the ones that do business every day are … more
After the North Shore Historical Museum closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, museum board members searched for a way to help residents continue to learn about area history. They created an alternative to in-person experiences with “pop-up visits.” more
Long Island met the criteria to enter Phase 4 of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s economic reopening plan on July 8, including universities and colleges, but gyms, movie theatres and shopping malls were not … more
Nassau County is demanding that Onexim Sports and Entertainment, the company that operates Nassau Coliseum, pay $2 million in overdue rent in 15 days or risk forfeiting its lease.  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
Long Island was set to begin Phase Four reopening of the economy on July 8, including universities and colleges. The governor said all 700 public school districts have been directed to develop … more
While most adults would like to forget that the Covid-19 pandemic ever happened, students at the Charles A. Reinhard Early Childhood Center in Bellmore are making sure their education and experiences … more
The Historical Society of the Merricks has been selected by store leadership at a local Stop & Shop to benefit from the supermarket chain’s Community Bag Program. For the month of … more
While Inwood resident Sasha Young has been recognized for her volunteerism in the Five Towns at Gammy’s Pantry, she considers the efforts that she and others have made throughout the coronavirus pandemic a team effort. more
After schools across the nation shifted their lesson plans online amid the coronavirus pandemic, students, teachers and parents were forced to adapt to the new normal, too. Although much attention … more
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