Nassau police are looking for a man who allegedly set two fires less than a week apart in Inwood.
In response to Nassau County’s request for proposals from potential new tenants for the Five Towns Community Center, the Lawrence school district has pledged to spend $10 million to renovate the five-decade-old building on Lawrence Avenue.
As they pondered who to name the Inwood Civic Association’s Citizen of the Year, David Hance, the group’s president, and five other board members were looking for someone reputable and dedicated to the community, Hance said.
The Five Towns Community Center held a town hall meeting on March 13 to address neighbors the latest on the ongoing concerns of its future.
Village of Cedarhurst incumbents, Mayor Benjamin Weinstock along with board of trustees Ari Brown and Israel "Izzy" Wasser running unopposed were all re-elected on March 21.
Students at Woodmere Middle School alerted school officials to a pair of swastikas that were found in a boys’ bathroom on March 14 and 16, Hewlett-Woodmeredistrict officials said.
Though Team Israel was defeated by Dominican Republic 10-0 in a World Baseball Classic game on March 14, Woodmere resident Jacob Steinmetz pitched as though he is a major league All-Star.
Signature Bank, which has 40 branches across the country including one in Woodmere and one in Rockville Centre, was closed by state regulators as part of the same federal action that closed Silicon Valley Bank in California.
Three incumbent Village of Cedarhurst candidates are running unopposed in the March 21 election.
Hewlett-Woodmere school district parents returned to the classroom, not for an algebra lesson, but to enhance their skills as parents at the district’s l Parent University, the first since the Covid pandemic began.
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Don’t believe me. Don’t believe the National Weather Service. But come hell or high water (and both are coming!), you better believe the Farmers’ Almanac.
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