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The Elmont Target store may be boarded up, but it is not stopping operations as protests against police brutality continue to rage across the country. The department store was on an original list … more
People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Legislature and Executive Building in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to … more
Nine Elmont and Franklin Square residents are running to serve on the Boards of Education and library boards. Two of the Board of Education races are contested, and members of the elementary school … more
For longtime Baldwin body shop owner Paul Lizio, business has been struggling lately amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite being an essential service and remaining open, Grandview Auto Body, … more
Teachers from Meadow Elementary School drove through the streets of Baldwin Harbor May 8 to greet students and their families from a safe distance away. The school hosted the Meadow Car Parade as … more
While the Covid-19 pandemic has altered the way people across the nation will mark Memorial Day and pay tribute to the men and women who died serving the country, the Baldwin American Legion Post 246 … more
Sewanhaka Superintendent James Grossane explained his decision to allow high school seniors to graduate in individual ceremonies at a virtual Board of Education meeting on May 26, as Gov. Andrew … more
Instead of a traditional commencement ceremony for this year’s Baldwin High School graduates, staff members and administrators are planning a series of events — virtual and in-person … more
The future of the Oceanside Library will be in the hands of residents who will vote on a proposed $33.5 million bond, known as Vision 2020, to upgrade the facility. Ballots were sent out last Friday and must be mailed in and postmarked by June 9. more
With the coronavirus pandemic leaving many construction projects in limbo, Nassau County officials are still eying early 2021 to begin building the $408 million Bay Park Conveyance Project. more
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