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Assemblyman Brian Curran, alongside the Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, Councilwoman Laura Ryder, and County Executive Bruce Blakeman, hosted a park clean-up at Lofts Pond Park and Silver Lake Park in Baldwin on June 22. more
Baldwin native Emily Bess teaches high-school English in Queens during the school year. But when summer arrives, she trades her classroom for the open water along Long Island’s South Shore as a captain and tour guide for a charter boat company.  more
What started as a visit to NYU Langone in Mineola for bleeding and mysterious contractions for Phaebe Turner, of Baldwin, on Jan. 24 turned into something more serious. Awakening from surgery later, she was greeted with congratulations. Her baby wasn’t due until Mother’s Day, but her emergency operation turned into the birth of a baby girl, Shyne Graham. 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
Baldwin fifth-grade teachers Jennifer Sullivan and Maryann Troy at Brookside Elementary School introduced the Baldwin 2035 Genius Hour this school year, with their young learners initiating a “Baldwin 2024 Saves 2035” project aligned with the district’s vision of “Baldwin 2035.” more
Lauren Reiss, 74, of Baldwin, never pictured herself dabbling in the arts, and even hesitated when her girlfriend, Nancy Levy, invited her to join a drawing workshop at the Baldwin Public Library right before the coronavirus pandemic. more
Last month, Humane Long Island, a nonprofit animal-advocacy organization, received a call that two domestic ducklings had been spotted wandering around Mill Pond in Wantagh. Di Leonardo, the group’s executive director, said that it managed to retrieve only one of the ducklings. more
The Baldwin Community Garden marked its 10-year milestone on June 21 with festivities that included live music, raffles, and hors d’oeuvres. more
The State Education Department presented a new plan at a June 10 Board of Regents meeting under which students would no longer need to pass Regents exams in order to graduate. more
Led by Abby and Miguel Melendez of Baldwin, the two brought back Relay for Life to their community on June 8 at Baldwin Harbor Park. more
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