Hewlett-Woodmere Faculty Association members brought their fight for a new contract to the Nov. 16 Board of Education meeting, having joined forces with the school district’s clerical staff, custodial and maintenance workers and information technology employees.
The Nov. 15 Cedarhurst Board of Zoning Appeals meeting was stirred to life by a dozen residents who expressed their disdain for a 17-apartment residential development proposed for 68 Washington Ave., on the already densely trafficked street that serves as the dividing line between the villages of Cedarhurst and Lawrence.
Using user-friendly robots Botley and Dash, students at the Lawrence Primary School learned creative problem-solving, computational skills and how to code.
The aprons were hung up for the last time at Lawrence Diner on 267 Burnside Ave. as the longtime Five Towns fixture closed its doors on Nov. 6.
What’s next?, is always the question when things change. So after the Cedarhurst sewage treatment plant was decommissioned in 2016, what’s next has been a discussion that is now nearly six years old.
Joy Bernstein broke barriers, delved into her Jewish tradition and carved out a wonderful life.
Learning to give back was the central theme of Families helping Families that took place at Young Israel of Woodmere on Nov. 20
Hard work and talent has paid off for a trio of Hewlett High School seniors who signed national letters of intent on Nov. 9 to continue pursuing their dreams of athletic excellence.
A woman walking on Bayview Avenue was struck at the crosswalk at Sheridan Boulevard by a vehicle on Nov. 16 in Inwood.
Nassau police and NYPD officers recovered two guns and an imitation firearm after a traffic stop at the intersection of West Broadway and Eastwood Road in Woodmere at 7 a.m. on Nov. 16.
Nassau County police arrested four men who were allegedly involved in four burglaries that occurred between July 4 and Oct. 7.
You’ve likely never heard the name William Jennings Bryan, as he’s not among those regularly talked about in history books. But his contribution to democracy . . .
Happily, the midterm elections are behind us. They were, at best, stressful, and overall they were ugly.
The midterm elections proved that you can’t put lipstick on a pig. Well, maybe you can try, but eventually folks will see through the cover-up.
As a result of its unprovoked war against Ukraine, Russia is losing something that has always been precious to its national pride — its position as a leader in the world’s space programs.