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Dr. Lindsay Kallen Weisner is a Hewlett resident with a love and passion for psychology and learning about the dark history and crime that has happened on Long Island. more
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. more
Students, teachers and parents from the recently rebranded Brandeis Hebrew Academy held handmade signs and waved American flags through the Lawrence school’s second annual Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11. more
They waited two years to hold their 50th anniversary reunion because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but when the Lawrence High School Class of 1970 finally came together again the moments and memories will be unforgettable. more
Cyrus Wolf and his family from North Woodmere were the honorees at the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces Five Towns and Greater South Shore ninth annual gala at the Sands in Atlantic Beach on Oct. 24. more
In 2012, the Chabad House of Hewlett’s goal was to showcase the beauty of the Jewish heritage by creating a nonjudgmental environment for the community it serves. A decade later, members believe they’ve accomplished that and much more. more
Friends of Linda Doherty persuaded her to move to Fort Myers, Florida, after the children she raised in Hawley, Pennsylvania, were grown. more
Sasha Young, the director of Gammy’s Pantry at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence, has a new challenge on her hands these days, and it is testing her knowledge of Spanish. more
For more than two-thirds of his life – 66 years to be exact – Chris Stefan, owner of Stefan’s Florist at the intersection of Central Avenue and Rockaway Turnpike in Lawrence, was a well-known Five Towns florists. He died on Oct. 14. Stefan was 92. more
Two Hewlett High School students were honored and the audience that gathered at the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre heard from author Talia Carner at the National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula Section event on Sept. 30. more
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