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Four graduating seniors in the East Meadow School District stood out as volunteers, role models and scholars over the past four years. For their achievements, the East Meadow Chamber of Commerce has … more
Sacred Heart Academy students Isabel Louie, Catalina Ramirez and Shadia Suha will spend part of their summer at a world-renowned research facility, the Brookhaven National Labs STEM-Prep Summer … more
Residents in the East Meadow School District voted to pass the $214.18 million budget by a vote of 5,618 in favor and 2,339 opposed.  Proposition Two  was also approved, which permits … more
Every year, on Flag Day, the students of Barnum Woods Elementary School have sported red, white and blue as they waved flags and walked a mile through the community for Walk in the Woods. The … more
Even though more children today have special needs, an effective education program can be hard to come by. But many East Meadow school officials and parents agree they don’t have that issue … more
Since schools have shifted to remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic, students with disabilities have been facing their own challenges when it comes to accessing education and related … more
While many college graduates missed the chance to don their caps and gowns on their campuses because of the coronavirus pandemic, college seniors from the East Meadow and Salisbury communities … more
Wantagh businessman Edward Dennehy said that he planned to announce an independent against incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice in the 4th Congressional District race in November. At press time on Monday he said the announcement was to come no later than Thursday. more
Richner Communications, publishers of Herald Community Newspapers, is now accepting nominations for the Herald 2020 Senior Superlatives. Nominations are currently open through Instagram (see … more
Saying “No New Yorker should have to choose between their health and their right to vote,” N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered mail-in ballots in local school elections to be counted if received by June 16. more
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