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A March 2022 amendment to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 has finally made veterans organizations like the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars eligible for coronavirus relief … more
Summer is here, and with the weather warming the Sea Cliff Village Library will be continuing its 20 year tradition of holding its children’s story time at the beach. On Wednesday, … more
Molloy University not only has a new name, but it also has a new gift — a $2 million one the school describes as its largest single gift in its 67-year history. more
In its first in-person gala since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Press Club of Long Island handed out a number of awards on June 2 — including seven to Herald Community Newspapers. more
Many really started calling those who work frontlines — and behind the scenes — in the health care industry heroes at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But they’ve always been heroes. more
Alexa Wahl was just 7 when her family began attending the Bethpage Air Show. Standing on Jones Beach and staring at the sky, she would watch the planes gracefully soar past. It was then that Wahl … more
In her long career, Susanne Corbelletta has painted in many mediums, from still lifes to portraits and even action shots of the Coast Guard. Now, 15 of her landscape pieces will be on display at the … more
Advanced age didn’t stop two friends from enjoying exercise and receiving free one-on-one medical tips from a doctor in Glen Cove. Sally Dimiceoi, 79, of Glen Head, pushed her longtime friend … more
During her illustrious career, Judy Goss has traveled the world modeling, hosting television shows, and becoming a published author. more
For a third straight night, Black Lives Matter demonstrators convened in Merrick and Bellmore to protest the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and the systemic racism that is … more
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