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It has been a rough year for graduating seniors across the country during the coronavirus pandemic, with multiple activities cancelled, schools closed and in person graduations cancelled. A decision by the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District to postpone graduation until Aug 1 has been a source of relief and joy for many seniors, and their parents too. And the graduation will be a live one, held on the grounds of Oyster Bay High School. more
The Mental Health and Wellness Center at Molloy College is currently accepting patients for several types of counseling. more
An Oceanside man was arraigned Thursday on manslaughter and other charges after allegedly recklessly operating a speed boat and killing an 18-year-old jet skier. more
While the Covid-19 pandemic has altered the way people across the nation will mark Memorial Day and pay tribute to the men and women who died serving the country, the Baldwin American Legion Post 246 … more
To all those who have subscribed to the Herald for years — and to those who are new readers — the staff of Herald Community Newspapers wanted to take a moment to say thank you. more
We marked Memorial Day on Monday, honoring all those who died in military service to our nation. It was a holiday unlike past years . . . more
The North Bellmore School District has promoted healthy minds and bodies throughout May, with virtual activities ranging from Parent University workshops to Wellness Day. more
As projected, Long Island began the Phase One reopening of its battered economy on Wednesday, paving the way for construction and wholesale trade companies to restart operations, along with retailers for curbside pickup only. more
After training with Academy Volleyball Club for the past year, Calhoun High School freshmen Ella Maldonado and Julia Lawrence qualified for the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships. more
Sewanhaka Superintendent James Grossane explained his decision to allow high school seniors to graduate in individual ceremonies at a virtual Board of Education meeting on May 26, as Gov. Andrew … more
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