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It was August 2016 when Johane Ligondé suddenly lost consciousness while cleaning her home. Shortly after, she visited a neurologist, underwent several MRI and CT scans, and learned that there … more
In an email sent to John F. Kennedy High School families early Friday morning, Principal Gerard Owenburg said the school would be closed for in-person instruction Dec. 4 to conduct further contact … more
A week after the release of the album “The Most Wonderful Time,” brothers Matthew and James G. Morales reflected on the impact their education in Glen Cove schools had on them as musicians. more
The Rev. Lance Hurst, 30, of Brooklyn, became the pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Glen Cove on Nov. 1. His first job interview with the search committee took place over Zoom. more
Dr. Francesco Ianni, 48, will become the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District’s new superintendent on Jan. 1. A Plainview resident, married with two grown children, he has been involved in education for 20 years. more
Frank M. Flower & Sons, a commercial shellfishing company, has leased roughly 1,400 acres of underwater land from the Town of Oyster Bay since 1994. The company’s 30-year lease will expire in 2024, which prompted the town to issue a request for new proposals in June. Flower, along with Mitch Kramer and Thomas Thornton, Oyster Bay residents from the Oyster Bay Shellfish Company and the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association, independent baymen, submitted applications to the town. All were recently denied. more
Beginning Friday, Dec. 4 and through the month the Town of Hempstead is providing free drive-in movies featuring holiday and winter classics for the whole family. more
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the annual 3D’s Community Empowerment Center Thanksgiving dinner looked different this year. Thirteen volunteers teamed up with the Baldwin … more
The Nassau County Legislaure unanimously voted on Nov. 25 to approve a design-build contract between the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation and Western Bays Constructors for the $439 million Bay Park Conveyance Project. more
Lynbrook firefighters tackled an intense fire that consumed three vehicles in a driveway of a home on Whitehall Street on Nov. 28. more
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