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Four East Meadow School District seniors were able to add to the excitement of graduating when the East Meadow Chamber of Commerce presented them each with $1,000 scholarships on June 2. more
A West Hempstead gang member was indicted on Thursday for numerous charges of sex trafficking. The defendant, Joshua Lampley-Reid, 26, who is a member of the Makk Balla set of the Bloods street gang, … more
Justin Guo, W.T. Clarke High School’s valedictorian, will bring more to the podium at graduation than just the best grade point average in his class. He will bring a high school career record of maturity, leadership among his peers and generosity in helping others share his devotion to the computer sciences. more
According to East Meadow residents, conditions on Erma Drive and Nottingham Road have not changed. In fact, they have gotten worse. Motorists continue to drive fast and run stop signs on these streets, which lead to East Meadow High School’s rear parking lot entrance. more
To help answer some questions, and to alleviate anxiety parents may have about vaccinating their children, Nassau County Legislator Arnold Drucker and State Senators Kevin Thomas, Jim Gaughran and Anna Kaplan partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics to host a virtual panel on May 26, at which parents could ask pediatricians questions. more
Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman held a virtual award ceremony on May 20 as part of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in which Waheed Siddiqui, the coordinator of Westbury’s Islamic Center of Long Island food pantry, was among the award recipients. more
Nancy Widman said that when she first noticed the rash on her neck, she didn’t think anything of it. But it got worse, spreading down her throat onto her chest. Widman’s doctor attributed her condition to the cloth masks she had been wearing to avoid getting Covid-19. She  recommended that she switch to paper masks, and gave her a prescription for medication. more
Sean Hogan, a Molloy College graduate student, once played for the East Meadow Baseball Softball Association, beginning on a T-ball team and playing all the way through Senior League. more
The beloved Creative Art Program of the East Meadow School District is back after a yearlong hiatus caused by the pandemic. more
This year, Town of Hempstead residents will have the opportunity to end a summer day by packing up their coolers, ordering some takeout and heading to their local parks with their family and friends to enjoy a free concert. more
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