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Hewlett House, a community learning resource center on cancer, especially breast cancer, and Bethany House of Nassau County, which supports homeless woman with children from transition to stability, joined together for Fall Fest, an outreach event in Hewlett on Nov. 6. more
Volunteers in the Five Towns have teamed up with organizations such as Gammy’s Pantry, a food pantry in the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence, Rock and Wrap It Up! Of Cedarhurst, Island Harvest and the Manna Project of Long Island to help those in need this Thanksgiving, after the coronavirus pandemic heightened food insecurity in the area in 2020. more
Dr. Laurie Zelinger, a Cedarhurst board certified child psychologist, recently published her newest children’s book, “Please Explain Vaccines to Me: Because I Hate Shots,” on Oct. 15 with a goal to help children overcome the fear of hypodermic needles. more
After all the fire trucks, firefighters and other emergency equipment that responded to the Nov. 1, 2020 explosion and fire that wrecked three Meadowmere Park homes that early Sunday morning, the residents had to rebuild. more
A family-owned and fun-oriented local business that has operated on the same state-owned site for 43 years is once again facing a substantial rent increase that threatens its survival. more
Johanna Swords, a former Cedarhurst resident for nearly three decades, died Oct. 16. She was 97. more
Even in the worst of situations, Cleveland Woods was known to be cool, calm and collected and ready with a humorous witticism that more often than not disarmed the crisis and allowed the 6-foot-5 former basketball player who was a special education teacher with the Lawrence School District for more than 20 years to establish or reestablish a relationship. more
A seniors club that began in Valley Stream and ceased meeting at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic has been revived at Trinity-St. John’s Episcopal Church in Hewlett with gatherings since September every Thursday at noon. more
In the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach’s announcement that Manhattan native and now Lido Beach resident Adrianne Mittan was the new executive director it read “Adrianne is a warm, energetic school executive.” more
A husband-and-wife team who live in Woodsburgh and own a business in Lynbrook spearheaded the production of a new documentary series that will have its New York premiere, and an accompanying panel discussion, on Sunday at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. more
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