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Published in the spring of 2018, Tara Drouin’s children’s book inspired by her song, “One Heart,” is striking a chord during arduous times across the United States. more
Parents of William S. Covert Elementary School fifth graders are not letting the school year pass by without celebrating. more
Around 7:30 p.m. Thursday, I stood atop the Long Island Rail Road trestle in Merrick, looking out on the sea of people who filled Sunrise Highway as far as I could see, east and west. Officials later … more
Elmont’s Haitian population has had to struggle with language barriers, financial and mental stress as the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected minority … more
Two Hewlett High School graduates decided to try to spread joy amid the turbulent times of the coronavirus pandemic, teaming up to write and illustrate a book that aims to help children understand … more
With a return to construction in Phase One of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to reopen New York state, the demolition of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn to make way for a luxury apartment complex will begin June 15. more
One incumbent and three challengers will vie for two seats on the Lynbrook Board of Education, while East Rockaway will welcome two new trustees after both incumbents decided not to run again. more
Daniel Khaykin, an Oceanside High School class of 2020 graduate, and his friend Max Coppola, a junior at OHS, are the cofounders of Safe Solution Tutoring, a low-cost, online tutoring service for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. more
They came wearing tee-shirts that shouted for justice. They came holding placards denouncing racism. They came pushing baby strollers and helping the infirm find a spot of shade at Kennedy Plaza … more
Spring is the peak time for the Planting Fields Arboretum, when traditionally thousands of people visit to explore the 409 acres of greenhouses, rolling lawns, breathtakingly beautiful gardens, woodland paths and the large variety of plant collections. more
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