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Marching in weather that brought spring to mind more than winter, more than 2,000 ranging from elected officials to religious leaders to people from across Long Island, walked a half-mile on County Seat Drive to the Theodore Roosevelt Legislative building on Franklin Avenue in Mineola to show support for the Jewish community and their opposition to hate. more
To honor Barbra Barth Feldman, a Lawrence Woodmere Academy graduate who went on to direct the school’s summer camp and serve as head of school, a scholarship fund was established in her name to support renovations to Hessel Hall. more
When Laura Gillen refused to concede in the race for her re-election to the highest seat in the Town of Hempstead, few were surprised. Much like her first term as supervisor, Gillen, a Democrat from … more
Three hundred semifinalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search were announced Wednesday afternoon, and 36 seniors from Long Island high schools — including seven from the Heralds’ coverage area — were among the mix. more
For more than 15 of the 20 years that Hewlett-based SIBS-Place has existed, Woodmere resident Suzanne Kornblatt has overseen it. more
After Cedarhurst resident Dovid Kanarfogel’s wife, Dr. Hindi Krinsky, died last year, he decided to honor her memory, with the help of his friend Leslie Gang, by putting books in the hands of children. more
After a difficult beginning to 2019, Lawrence Woodmere Academy is rebounding as the year ends with the dual announcements of a new headmaster and an effort to establish a sister school in China that is scheduled to open next September more
Hundreds of mostly Orthodox Jewish LGBTQ teenagers come to Jewish Queer Youth’s drop-in centers, and nearly three in four say they have suicidal thoughts, according to Clinical Director Mordechai Levovitz. more
Jared Brecher and Dan Klein, two longtime friends who attended the same college and live in Manhattan, are the new owners of the 92-year-old Seawane Country Club in Hewlett Harbor. more
Since the New York State Parent Teacher Association mandated that the Lawrence Middle School PTA be dissolved earlier this year, some middle school parents and other community members have been scrambling to keep school activities going. more
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