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Suborno Bari is like any other kid, and he’s not. He likes playing games, and sharing memes with his friends — and mastering the intricacies of physics and calculus. At age 12, he is the … more
Now that school is out, how are kids spending these long summer days? For hundreds throughout Malverne and West Hempstead, the answer is summer camp. The Malverne Summer Recreation Program, Camp … more
Al Lewis, Anthony Newsome, Darryl Harvey and Jordan Blue have spend years lifting Lakeview up. neighbors decided that it’s time to return the favor. more
Over 500 people gathered in Eisenhower Park on June 27 for the 33rd annual Long Island Police Appreciation Run. more
Discover how Pnina Knopf's prayers with Nation on Pause led to the rescue of hostage Noa Argamani, showcasing the power of community and faith. more
At just 14, Bryson Anderson, who recently finished eighth grade at Howard T. Herber Middle School in Malverne, is already being nationally recognized for his speed. He was the only male athlete from … more
West Hempstead has a rich Italian-American history. Neighbors came out in the hundreds to celebrate that history with the annual Dancing of the Giglio festival on June 30 at St. Thomas the Apostle … more
Malverne and West Hempstead were decked out in festive red, white and blue this 4th of July. Bill Kunz’ favorite part of the holiday is enjoying barbecue with his family, especially his 9 … more
In honor of the Fourth of July, Nassau County once again illuminated the sky with bursts of color over the lake behind the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre for its annual “Celebrate America” … more
The Town of Hempstead presented its “Salute to Veterans Firework Spectacular” on June 29, although it was much more than just pretty colors lighting up the skies. Point … more
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