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While still awaiting guidance and direction from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York State’s Education Department on how schools could operate this fall, the state Public High School Athletic Association Covid-19 Task Force held two meetings in June to discuss multiple scenarios for sports. more
Long Island is set to begin Phase Four reopening of the economy on July 8, including universities and colleges. As of press time Monday, however, Governor Cuomo said there was no word yet whether the … more
The coronavirus pandemic, which swept across the New York metropolitan area from March through May, had a paralyzing effect, forcing millions of people to put their plans on hold — including … more
Chants of "Classrooms not Class Zooms" and "Classrooms are essential" could be heard through the crowd of roughly 50 parents and teachers from across Long Island that gathered on Franklin Avenue in … more
Atlantic Beach resident Barry Ringelheim, a member of the Kiwanis of the Five Towns, spurred the club to provide grocery items to seniors in Oceanside. With the help of Hewlett Harbor resident Bill Ander, the most recent person to join the club, used professional connections to   obtain the items. more
Officers and members from New York Elks Lodge No. 1 raised more than $1,700 along with community members to deliver food and other items to Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside. more
The Island Park Chamber of commerce has launched #IPCARES, a stimulus program where it will award about $3,000 in the form of $50 gift certificates and other grants to residents, which will be redeemable at more than 25 Island Park businesses.  more
Lynbrook resident Joe Horowitz wanted to use his talents to give back to the community, while also doing something far-reaching. more
Though Oceanside High School seniors have had much of their final year at the school modified amid the coronavirus pandemic, the community set out to show it hasn’t forgotten about them. more
Lynbrook resident Erik Merkle decided to give back to front-line workers and those in need of support during the coronavirus pandemic. more
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