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Dozens of children and their family members made their way to the Baldwin BSA Troop 824 and St. Christopher’s Church’s 6th annual Halloween Trunk or Treat on Oct. 25. Held at St. … more
New York State has recently allowed students aged 16 and 17 to pre-register to vote. In an effort to help students easily register and raise awareness about the importance of democracy, Baldwin … more
The aisles are wide, the lighting is bright and  freshness abounds with the grand opening of the new 67,000-square-foot Stop & Shop supermarket at 253-01 Rockaway Blvd., in the Five Towns Shopping Center on Oct. 30, and listed as the Woodmere store by Stop & Shop officials. more
Q. I’m wondering how the pandemic has affected architects and contractors. As we prepare to start our home planning, we’re concerned about whether we’ll have delays. We want to get this going before winter, if possible . . . more
Q. Our master bathroom is old and small, so we tore it apart and started making it wider, cutting into the attic next to it. We called a plumber . . . more
The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC at the Harrison Kerr Family Center joins the Five Towns Community Center, both in Lawrence, as a free Covid-19 testing site in coordnation with Mount Sinai South Nassau and Nassau County. more
It wasn’t advertised as a debate, but in a 90-minute virtual session Tuesday night, the two final candidates for Long Beach police commissioner discussed the importance of community policing, … more
Lifelong Glen Cove resident and retired firefighter Francis Uhlendorf, 92, can vividly remember fishing with J.P. Morgan’s son John Pierpont Morgan Jr. “He used to land his sea plane here,” he said last Saturday, pointing out to the Long Island Sound beyond Dosoris Island. “He’d fly over from New York to here, and that’s why he built the bridges to hold the water back, so he could fly in here.” more
The Oyster Bay Town Board voted unanimously on Tuesday to pass its 2021 budget. The spending plan totals $311.7 million, a roughly 1.7 percent increase over the current budget, which is $306.5 million. more
A new feature was added to Milburn Pond Park last week in honor of an involved community member who died last year. It’s called Vitale Grove. A new bench, surrounded by freshly planted … more
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