Baldwin resident Lancelot Theobald Jr., who survived a plane crash more than 40 years ago, was finally able to personally express his gratitude to the co-pilot who saved his life.
When the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was scaled down in 2020 due to the pandemic, students at Brookside Elementary School created their own version of the parade using coding, designing and engineering. Now, three years later, the Brookside parade re-creation has become an annual tradition.
The Baldwin Union Free School District recently held another successful Fitness Jamboree event.
Over 100 neighbors came out in the rain to watch Katie Blazdell put on a spectacle with her annual Christmas tree lighting.
The Advancement of Blacks in Sports, ABIS, hosted the College Athlete Advancement Awards on Oct. 23 at the Coral House in Baldwin.
'Tis The Season
If you’re catching a train or disembarking from one at the Baldwin Long Island Rail Road station starting this Sunday night, and you see bright lights three quarters of a mile to the south, that will be Katie Blazdell’s Christmas tree.
Stephen Carroll, former head coach of the Baldwin High School football team, recently reflected on how his book, “100 Years of Baldwin Football,” has impacted the community.
The Baldwin Harbor Animal Hospital is collecting items for their second annual pet pantry.
The South Baldwin Jewish Center, SBJC, will be hosting their annual Chanukah Candle Lighting next month, but amid the Oct. 7 attack on Israel, the holiday will hold more significance.
For the first time, Baldwin High School has been designated with ”Silver with Access” as the 2023 Advanced Placement Honor Roll recipient for optimizing college readiness and broadening student access through AP classes.
How long is 13 seconds? If you ask Google, it’s long enough to run 100 meters. Send a text message. Make a paper airplane. In Nassau County, however, it’s also the amount of time — on average — between car crashes.
Perhaps we Americans are overly confident in the belief that our constitutional rights, including the First Amendment right to free speech, are inviolate.
What does it mean to be antisemitic? Can Jews do better in fighting against it? This is a complex issue, and a difficult one. It requires looking outside and inside our community.
The older you get, the more you think about the times when things were simple and pleasurable. That especially applies to my years in school, when my only cares were . . .
Realizing that I’ve been taking something for granted is never an abstraction. It generally happens by whack and wallop.