More than 30 years ago, Kemper Insurance ran a television ad campaign that used a cavalry as a symbol for the company, which insures businesses, homes, vehicles and lives.
Barbra Feldman, a lifelong resident of the Five Towns, who was named Lawrence Woodmere Academy Head of School in January, died of cancer on Aug. 8. She was 54.
The sound of whirring blades and seeing a helicopter landing adjacent to the Atlantic Beach Bridge may appear uncommon to some people, however for the Atlantic Beach Rescue squad, it is just another Saturday morning of training.
Addressing the stigmas that surround drug addiction and learning how to use the overdose-reversing drug Narcan were the primary focus of a training session hosted by the Manhattan-based nonprofit Amudim at Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere on Aug. 6.
The “crowd” shuffled into the Lawrence High School cafeteria for the Aug. 5 Board of Education that was highlighted by the announcement that Superintendent Dr. Ann Pedersen’s contract was extended for four years and two teachers earned tenure.
In the wake of two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, in which 32 people died, parents of young children may be wondering how to speak with them about tragic events. A few experts gave the Herald their take on the challenge.
The Torah and strengthening their bond with Israel were part of AMIT’s Yom Iyun — “Day of Learning” — that drew more than 100 women for the 20th annual gathering at the Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst on Aug. 7.
Six of the 17 South Shore Jewish organizations, synagogues and schools across New York’s 4th Congressional District that will receive $100,000 in federal security money from a total of $1.7 million are in the Five Towns.
Good, a Lawrence native, graduated from Lawrence High School, class of 1978, and from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J., seven years later. For nearly the past decade he was an event designer and senior buyer for Daniel Events in Delray Beach.
Diana Lopez, 14, of Woodmere, who was last seen at her Broadway residence near noon on Aug. 12 was found, according to the Nassau Police Department’s Missing Person Squad.
Roughly 850 children “shopped” for new clothing, school supplies and other items at the seventh annual Back 2 School Store sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula and South Shore sections at Hewlett High School on July 28.
Cedarhurst-based Warren Levi Martial Arts was recognized with the Mark of Excellence Award from Century Martial Arts, a highly regarded industry organization, for its unwavering dedication to quality martial arts instruction and community involvement.
Among the more than 1,500 students that will be first-year students at SUNY Oswego is Cedarhurst resident Briana Kur, a Lawrence High School graduate.
Dr. Martin Berman and his wife, Pamela, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Alexandra Berman, to Glenn Thrope, son of Arlene and David Thrope, of Westport, Conn.
The Long Island Sharsheret Committee marked the organization’s 18th anniversary with the annual barbecue and siyum (Hebrew for completion of any unit of Torah study) at the Woodmere Club on Aug. 6.
Nassau Community College’s football program produced a strong finish in 2018 under then-second-year head coach Jamel Ramsay, who guided the Lions to eight wins in 11 games capped by a dominant 46-6 victory over Northland Community Tech in the Red Grange Bowl.