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Parents in the Lawrence School District “blew up” the Lawrence District 15 Residents Facebook page with comments and complaints on the transportation issues surrounding the first several says of school, specifically on the busing of the children who attend private schools in the Five Towns and other places. more
Outside of Mesivta Ateres Yaakov High School in Lawrence on Aug. 29, several local Republican elected officials encouraged residents to make their thoughts known to the State Education Department for their proposed “Substantially Equivalent Instruction for Nonpublic School Students.” more
A near 50-year career of volunteerism has ended for a longtime Woodmere resident as former Hewlett-Woodmere School District Board of Education Trustee Stephen Witt announced his retirement from the Nassau BOCES Board of Education in May after eight terms and 23 years of service. more
Religious exemptions for vaccinations for private and public schools across New York state are no longer, and children cannot attend school without the proper vaccinations after state lawmakers passed the new legislation in June... more
Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin called on County Comptroller Jack Schnirman to resign on Tuesday amid an investigation into a “payout scandal” in Long Beach that Clavin … more
Editor’s note: Devin Johnson, one of 10 participants in Hofstra University’s Summer High School Journalism Institute, is a rising junior at Elmont Memorial High School. The following … more
After self-teaching herself art only two years ago, 2019 Lawrence Woodmere Academy graduate Jamila Thompson is already an award-winning artist and has sold more than 30 pieces of her work. more
Hoping to combat hunger and the issues that accompany it, the Peninsula Public Library in Lawrence once again is teaming with Long Island Cares this summer to serve children 18 and under lunch in three locations. more
Nearly three years have passed, but the Nassau County Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study to examine, in part, if storm gates can be installed at the Jones and East Rockaway inlets, will require more time, according to Scott Sanderson, section chief of coastal planning for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. more
Jacqueline Manginelli and Natalie Weintraub, both Hewlett residents, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in feminist, gender and sexuality studies and government from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and a Bachelor of Science degree in animal sciences from the University of Vermont, respectively. more
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