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Nick Scardamaglia was looking forward to coaching varsity baseball at H. Frank Carey during his senior year, and finally beating rival Garden City. Elmont Memorial High School senior Ogden Touissant, … more
Nassau County had the third-highest number of coronavirus cases of any county in New York as of Saturday, surpassing Westchester and Bronx counties, and Manhattan. more
Being proactive instead of reactive to the quickly spreading Covid-19 pandemic, Yeshiva Sh’or Yoshuv, an Orthodox Jewish school in Lawrence, is creating an ad hoc hospital in its CedarLawn Avenue building. more
Q. My daughter and son-in-law have purchased a home and are planning to move in this summer. They want to put up fences, and add air conditioning and a new deck to replace the old one. Some people we spoke with have said they don’t need permits . . . more
The model of higher education today rests on a system created in the Middle Ages, when knowledge was highly concentrated in a few places and in a few hands. It has evolved only slowly over the centuries. more
The Rockville Centre Board of Education and administration came together on Thursday, April 2, for a different type of public work session: a virtual videoconference, live streamed to the public. more
To help feed people or families that are worrying about having enough to eat during the business shutdown because of the coronavirus outbreak, State Assemblywoman Missy Miller, (R-Atlantic Beach), is … more
Because of the Covid-19 health crisis, State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a Democrat who represents the Five Towns, will hold an emergency food drive to benefit families within the 9th Senate District. Suggested donations include gift cards, fresh, canned or boxed food, toiletries and personal items and cleaning supplies. more
Though they are remote learning, the students in Shari Bowes's fifth grade class at Waverly Park Elementary School came together digitally to thank frontline workers who are treating those suffering from the coronavirus. more
The Elmont and Sewanhaka school districts will remain open during their scheduled Spring Breaks next week, officials recently wrote to parents and guardians. The decision came after Gov. Andrew … more
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