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Voting on Hewlett-Woodmere school, library budgets and trustees is May 11

In addition to voting for five seats on the Hewlett-Woodmere School board of education and one on the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library board, district residents can vote on May 11 for two propositions …

Teen hit by car in North Lawrence

A 13-year-old boy was struck by a gray and blue Volkswagen Passat as he was crossing the street in front of 271 Burnside Ave. in North Lawrence at 4:30 p.m. on May 2, Nassau County police said.

Queens man arrested for alleged menacing in North Lawrence

Nassau County police arrested a Queens man for allegedly menacing another man in the parking lot of the Verizon store at 369 Rockaway Turnpike in North Lawrence at 5:20 p.n. on May 1.

LWA Antics

Volleying back to some normalcy

Due to Covid-19 many schools have had to shut down sports for the rest of the year, but things might be changing for the better. Lawrence Woodmere Academy’s girls finished their volleyball season.

Lawrence Lately

Activities shift mood from anxiety to buoyant

Since the last column I have wrote, I have seen the light and positivity that many of us Lawrence High School students have been longing for. First and foremost, sports were able to resume this year.

Jackie 'The Joke Man' Martling performs for military veterans in Cedarhurst

In the driveway of Syd Mandelbam’s Cedarhurst, Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling made it seem like The Comedy Store as the comedian performed for nearly 20 people, mostly military veterans, who take part in the free veterans farmers market that Mandelbaum runs through his Rock and Wrap It Up! organization.

Cedarhurst water flushing through May 7

New York American Water begins flushing its water distribution system in Cedarhurst on May 3, and the work continues through May 7 as part of the spring water quality program to clear mineral deposits and sediment that might built up inside the pipes.