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Even before the sale of the Woodmere Club was consummated in early 2017, the battle over its possible residential home development began in late 2016 with the formation of the grass-roots … more
Two people were arrested for allegedly possessing a loaded handgun that was found by police in a vehicle at Doxy Brook Park in North Woodmere on Jan. 8, police said. more
As part of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program, Michael Beer, a Google engineer, presented a Zoom discussion with the eighth grade boys on “Being a Google Engineer: What is the Cloud, What Makes Working at Google Exciting, and What Projects Do I Work On.” more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway was awarded Silver Certification for Excellence in Person-Centered Care by Planetree International. This Person-Centered Care Certification® recognizes the health facility’s åchievement and innovation in the delivery of person-centered care. more
A new year brings a fresh start to many things and though demolition of the older playground equipment at Zion Park in Lawrence occurred late last year and the new equipment which was delivered on Dec. 14, a refurbished park with updated play apparatus will be ready for 2022. more
What was once called an eyesore and a danger to the surrounding homes is one step closer to being a memory as remediation of the 4.85-acre site that was once home to Rockaway Metal Products Inc. at 175 Roger Ave. in Inwood is expected to begin this month. more
Rock and Wrap It Up, the Cedarhurst-based food recovery and anti-poverty think tank, staged its 31st annual Gift Giving on the morning of Dec. 24, and Gammy’s Pantry, of Lawrence, had its third annual Three Kings Day on Jan. 6 and 7. The organizations teamed up for the events to give back to the community. more
A public hearing on Monday, to collect public opinion on whether the Village of Atlantic Beach should obtain two vacant parcels of land by eminent domain, unearthed bubbling local controversies ranging from charges of anti-Semitism to whether the money would be better spent elsewhere. more
Since 2017, Muslim families in District 14 have been asking the Hewlett-Woodmere School District Board of Education to consider accommodating their request to add the Eid holidays to the school calendar so their children to take part in the celebrations, and pointed to the inclusive environment that the district promotes as another reason. more
While most school districts within the Herald Community Newspapers coverage area closed on Friday because of snow, a handful — including Baldwin, Freeport and Malverne — switched to … more
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