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Nassau and Suffolk counties have both opted to postpone high school sports until January of 2021, and many colleges have moved their fall sports to the spring, as well. With sports on pause, student-athletes — especially high school seniors — and parents are left not only disappointed, but also with many lingering questions. more
In a nearly 40-minute, socially distant ceremony last Friday morning, elected and appointed Nassau officials and families of local 9/11 victims paused to remember the 348 county residents who died in … more
The late Tuskegee Airman William Wheeler, considered a role model for Black pilots by many, was honored on Aug. 24 for his service to the country during World War II and his contributions to the … more
They gathered in the early-morning light Friday at the Hempstead Town Park at Lido to honor those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, and also to salute the thousands . . . more
Panelists on the latest Inside LI webinar gave crucial advice for homebuyers and sellers in a market that’s been heating up all summer. more
Join Andy Lockwood, best-selling author and college advisor, on Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. for a free virtual event that will show you how to cut college costs by 52.2 percent or more. more
RichnerLive, a division of Richner Communications Inc., publisher of Herald Community Newspapers, will explore the newly changing real estate market on Thursday, Sept. 3, at 10 a.m. during a live, 45-minute webinar with Long Island real estate experts. more
The Herald Community Newspapers came up big in the New York Press Association’s 2019 Better Newspaper Contest, earning 18 awards, including five first-place honors, and placing fourth among … more
“When Covid-19 hit, survival intuition became important for everyone because individual lives and livelihoods were immediately at stake,” said Bianca Baldwin, head of admissions and … more
On Aug. 21, Inside LI, produced by RichnerLive, hosted its second virtual panel discussion on topics related to “new normals” in different aspects of life. It featured several leaders in higher education to discuss their paths to a safe and productive fall semester. more
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