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Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital administrators and Town of Hempstead officials announced a partnership aimed at boosting the availability of hand sanitizers at town beaches, pools and golf courses during the summer. more
Sewanhaka Central High School District officials will re-evaluate the mascots used at all five schools for potential racial insensitivity, they announced at a July 7 Board of Education meeting, after … more
The number of Nassau County residents getting routine tests for breast, cervix and colon cancer has decreased by more than 86 percent during the coronavirus pandemic, County Executive Laura Curran … more
A bill in the Nassau County Legislature would create a searchable database of all the contracts that were once used in the county to prevent people of color from moving into certain … more
The St. Christopher School class of 2020 graduation was held June 13 at 1 p.m., when graduates moved up. Now they are looking ahead to the future. Board members said the graduates have been … more
Flowers only last for so long after being cut. The inventories of some local florists, including those in Baldwin, Freeport and Oceanside, were greatly affected when shops were forced to close in … 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
Baldwin American Legion Post 246 hosted an Independence Day “Welcome Back” barbecue last Saturday to celebrate the Fourth of July, the gradual reopening of Long Island and the … more
Baldwin’s Relay for Life has been collecting non-perishable food items for the St. Christopher’s Church food pantry since May 20. The food drive was the brainchild of Jennifer … more
Local school superintendents are continuing to ponder whether to allow students back into the buildings in September, as they await further instructions from state officials. Kenneth Rosner, the … more
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