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Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson, a Manhattan law firm that represents thousands of people who were in Lower Manhattan in the eight months following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, has been addressing Covid-19’s impact on the community of 9/11 survivors throughout the pandemic. more
Isabella Verga believes in the importance of making a good first impression. The recent South Side High School graduate is also aware that, when it comes time to make that first impression on a job interview, some people do not have the means to dress for the occasion, and end up avoiding interviews as a result. To help remedy the situation, Verga, while working on her Gold Award for Girl Scouts, reached out to the John A. Anderson Recreation Center in Rockville Centre to create a way for people to access the appropriate attire, from head to toe, at no cost. more
Two community-curated murals were installed this week in the employee cafeteria at Mercy Medical Center as a way to thank all of the front-line staff who have fought, and continue to fight, against Covid-19 and to bring the community together during such challenging times. more
Nassau County began the third phase of reopening businesses on June 24, as per County Executive Laura Curran and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and Baldwin businesses are adjusting accordingly. During Long … more
The task of entering the workforce is inherently daunting, but the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are adding new obstacles to this already difficult process. more
North Shore High School’s 220 graduating seniors lined up on school grounds to receive their diplomas at graduation June 26, following weeks of speculation whether an in-person ceremony would … more
As a part of the Phase Two reopening of the economy, the Village of Sea Cliff has enabled select restaurants with properties on Sea Cliff Avenue to set up tables on the street to enable diners to eat … more
On Thursday, Island Harvest, in partnership with Nassau County, kicked-off the largest food distribution event in the county’s history. more
The Baldwin Chamber of Commerce recently donated $600 in gift cards to the St. Christopher’s Parish food pantry. The Chamber sold 80 “Baldwin Strong” lawn signs — seen … more
“We’re happy to be able to support one of our local favorites again,” said Maureen Schultz, who dined with Erin Schultz at Kitty O’Hara’s on June 19. The Baldwin … more
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