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Levi Yitzchak Family Center & Library in Cedarhurst damaged

Levi Yitzchak Family Center & Library officials said that the facility on Central Avenue in Cedarhurst was vandalized on May 30.

Five Towns businesses start to reopen

As Long Island moved into Week Two of the state’s Phase One reopening, business owners who had not been operating since the coronavirus pandemic business closures began in March started to mobilize manpower and materials for the restart.

Far Rockaway march, a peaceful protest; Cedarhurst, Lawrence had curfews

Updated June 4 at 9:15 a.m. Score one for the organizers, government officials and the Nassau and New York City police departments as the Far Rockaway George Floyd protest on Tuesday was as peaceful and supportive as any nonviolent rallies have been in the past week.

Hewlett High School students help donate PPE

With the help of some local officials, a Hewlett resident has lent a helping hand to his community during the coronavirus pandemic.

Obituary

Inwood crossing guard Marcia ‘Marcy’ Moreines, 84

Her family described as a person who did not need to be applauded or exalted, however Marcia “Marcy” Moreines appeared to be a woman who knew when action was needed.

Pandemic is a ‘hectic time’ to be saving lives in Atlantic Beach

First responders across Long Island have had to change the way they treat patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Emergency service units such as Atlantic Beach Rescue now face new challenges when …

Former Hewlett Fire Department chief William Koehler, 93

For family and friends who knew him, William Koehler, “Bill” was a hard-working man known for his community service and love for his family.  The longtime Hewlett resident Koehler died …

Cedarhurst man arrested for alleged Valley Stream burglary

A Cedarhurst man was arrested by police for an alleged burglary of a Valley Stream of a business at 1:01 a.m. on May 31.

Coronavirus creates a different graduation celebration for Lawrence Woodmere Academy

While a graduation ceremony initially scheduled for June 8 was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lawrence Woodmere Academy Headmaster Brian O’Connell thought of the next best thing …

Celebrating Woodmere resident Stephen Witt’s 84th birthday

During a time when every traditional activity associated with the spring has been canceled or substantially altered because of the coronavirus pandemic, people have found ways to  mark …

State says dentists can reopen; Nassau preps for Phase Two

With the potential Phase Two reopening of Long Island’s economy a week and a half away, Governor Cuomo issued an executive order Sunday allowing dental offices to return to work statewide …