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It’s been a difficult year. For much of it, many people have been stuck inside, awaiting the end of the coronavirus pandemic, which, to … more
For years, Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion halls have served as gathering spaces for community organizations, hosting everything from scout meetings to parties to fundraisers and blood … more
After a year-long hiatus, the Rockville Centre Little League is scheduled to return in just a few weeks’ time. The resumption of baseball will help bring a modicum of normality to village residents and their children, although during games the dugouts and bleachers will look a bit different in the interest of ensuring the safety of athletes and parents alike. more
Several experts on mental health, substance abuse and addiction spoke to the Herald last week about the pandemic’s impacts on these issues, ahead of a webinar this Saturday that will be hosted by Catholic Health’s Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre. more
Activists and community leaders rallied in front of State Senator Todd Kaminsky’s office on April 7 to encourage the senator to support the recently introduced New York Climate and Community Investment Act, or Senate Bill 4264A. more
With nine wins in its first 10 games, Clarke has continued its momentum from 2019 on the girls’ soccer pitch when it captured a dozen victories and finished conference runner-up to Valley Stream Central. more
The old, discarded books of the Wantagh Public Library may tell a story, but using those books ripped out pages, Wantagh students on April 9 were able to tell their very own story. more
A vibrant spring afternoon and community pride was the backdrop for Wantagh High School’s annual Homecoming game and senior day, held on April 10 against the West Hempstead Rams. more
Seaford High School English teacher Tania Cintorino recently spoke with students in her Advanced Placement Research class during a peer editing session. Using their laptops, the juniors reviewed sections of each other’s ongoing research projects to offer constructive feedback. Documents were shared through Microsoft Teams and OneDrive. Some of the research topics students are working on this year include deforestation on Long Island, LGBTQ beauty standards, social media and politics and self-driving cars. more
After four years as the North Shore Central School District superintendent, Dr. Peter Giarrizzo announced last week that he will leave the district at the end of this school year and head to the Mount Pleasant School District in Westchester County to serve as superintendent there. more
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