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Grand Stage diner to feed 300 families on Tuesday

The Grand Stage Diner, on Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow, will be teaming up with local residents Michelle and Al Debatto and Rob and Julie Dascolie to provide meals to families that are in need …

Turkey Trot gets runners back on track at Eisenhower Park

Athletes dressed in turkey-themed tutus, hats and socks raced under fall foliage at Eisenhower Park last Sunday during Race Awesome’s Turkey Trot. Race Awesome was set to hold Long …

NYU Langone launches ambulatory center in East Meadow

NYU Langone Health recently opened its multispecialty outpatient center NYU Langone Ambulatory Care East Meadow, on Front Street in East Meadow, where it offers neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, …

EMFD’s Frank Messina reaches 50-year milestone

On November 16, 2020, Frank Messina, a Levittown resident and member of East Meadow Fire Department Engine Company 4, will have achieved a milestone few firefighters could ever imagine. Messina …

An act of kindness from an East Meadow jeweler

Lucas Cianci, a 9-year old East Meadow resident, was playing baseball recently when he lost his cross necklace. A few days after, his mother Lisa Cianci posted in a community Facebook group, called …

Editorial

Herd immunity, a recipe for further disaster

Consider the number 675,000 for a moment. That’s the number of people in the United States who died during the flu pandemic of 1918-19. Could the U.S. be headed for such widespread death again?

Editorial

Say goodbye to ‘Lady’ on our sports pages

Late last month, we at the Herald were jolted when a senior at Kennedy High School, in Bellmore, called on school officials — and the local media — to stop referring to girls’ sports teams at Kennedy as the “Lady Cougars.”

The Letters

At the moment, my mother has no access to a personal phone reducing her communication with the outside world to one Zoom meeting and one phone call weekly via the recreation staff of the nursing home …

A Look Back

Sabia’s Corner

Pasquale “Patsy” Sabia arrived as an Italian immigrant in 1889 and married Maria “Mary” Rizzo in Brooklyn in 1897. By 1915, the couple had moved to North Bellmore and raised …