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The coronavirus pandemic, which swept across the New York metropolitan area from March through May, had a paralyzing effect, forcing millions of people to put their plans on hold — including … more
As East Meadow was set to enter Phase 3 of New York state’s reopening protocols on Wednesday, many business owners were looking forward to allowing guests into their establishments for the … more
Chants of "Classrooms not Class Zooms" and "Classrooms are essential" could be heard through the crowd of roughly 50 parents and teachers from across Long Island that gathered on Franklin Avenue in … more
Long Island entered Phase II of reopening on June 10 and, to celebrate, members the East Meadow Chamber of Commerce lined a portion of Front Street and East Meadow Avenue with American … more
Nassau Coliseum will be temporarily closing due to financial loses sustained by the coronavirus pandemic, according to officials. Onexim Sports and Entertainment, the company that owns the arena … more
Every year, on Flag Day, the students of Barnum Woods Elementary School have sported red, white and blue as they waved flags and walked a mile through the community for Walk in the Woods. The … more
Since schools have shifted to remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic, students with disabilities have been facing their own challenges when it comes to accessing education and related … more
While many college graduates missed the chance to don their caps and gowns on their campuses because of the coronavirus pandemic, college seniors from the East Meadow and Salisbury communities … more
Wantagh businessman Edward Dennehy said that he planned to announce an independent against incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice in the 4th Congressional District race in November. At press time on Monday he said the announcement was to come no later than Thursday. more
Govenor Cuomo announced Sunday that outdoor high school graduations of up to 150 people would be allowed starting June 26, provided social-distancing protocals are observed. The announcement … more
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