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Students in the Elmont Union Free School District who have opted for its hybrid learning program will start attending school in-person for five days a week on Oct. 5, Superintendent Kenneth Rosner … more
Some students in the Clara H. Carlson School must quarantine for 4 days, after coming in close contact with a staff member who has tested positive for Covid-19, Elmont Superintendent Ken Rosner wrote … more
Hundreds of Long Islanders watched as New York Islanders players and elected officials plunged their shovels into a pile of dirt last September to mark the beginning of construction on the … more
Growing up, all W. Kamau Bell knew about Iran was “hostages, hijacked planes and Jimmy Carter looking like he wished he had stayed a peanut farmer,” he intoned in the latest episode of … more
For the past seven weeks, Nicholas Zacchea has been seen handing out his biography to passersby at Long Island Rail Road stations and at supermarkets in the 22nd Assembly District, as part of his bid … more
The north side of the Elmont water tower, on Miriam Parkway, has been rusting for years, and blue paint chips are constantly falling off. But only a few miles away, the Franklin Square water tower … more
About 77 percent of those who responded to the Franklin Square Civic Association’s survey to gauge resident’s interest in creating a dog park in the area said they would support the … more
“This march is for you,” Markeena Novembre told Elmont Memorial High School students last Sunday night, as she led nearly 30 Black Lives Matter protesters down Elmont Road for the … more
About a quarter of all Valley Stream School District 13 parents and guardians have opted to enroll their children in a full remote learning program, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and … more
Nearly a dozen activists drove from the Chase Bank on Linden Boulevard in Elmont to the intersection of 217 Street and Linden Boulevard in Cambria Heights, Queens on Sunday, spreading awareness of … more
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