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Soon after the coronavirus pandemic hit the area in March, residents began dreaming up thoughtful and creative ways to show their support and appreciation for hospital workers on the front lines. … more
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many East Meadow residents have been decorating their homes with rainbows and signs thanking essential workers. Another trend that attracted attention on … more
Dozens of administrators, teachers, parents, nurses and police officers have been working together throughout the summer to answer the question, How will schools in the East Meadow School District … more
Residents will be able to travel back in time or rock their socks off at a series of drive-in movie nights and concert engagements this summer, hosted by the Town of Hempstead.  Officials … more
New York State Senator Kevin Thomas and U.S. Representative Kathleen Rice are calling for the State Comptroller to review how the Town of Hempstead is spending the $133 million it received from the … more
Nassau County is demanding that Onexim Sports and Entertainment, the company that operates Nassau Coliseum, pay $2 million in overdue rent in 15 days or risk forfeiting its lease.  The … more
The East Meadow public library is hosting an online program titled, “How do Parents Talk About Race, Inequality, and Unjust Acts with Children?” The discussion will be led by Nate Ingram … more
Sean Stergis, a seventh-grade student at Woodland Middle School in East Meadow, recently won ERASE Racism’s t-shirt design competition. Contestants in sixth, seventh and eighth-grade were … more
Arianna Sivio, an alumnus of W.T. Clarke High School in Salisbury, recently earned the 2020 Outstanding First Year Award at Susquehanna University. The Outstanding First Year Award honors a … more
A Coram man plowed his SUV into a group of Black Lives Matter protesters marching on Broadway in Huntington Station on Monday night, according to the Suffolk County Police Department. Two protesters … more
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