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he New York State Department of Health is pressing St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, in Far Rockaway, to implement a plan that would convert the 257-bed facility to a “micro-hospital,” according to people who are aware of the situation. more
U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice, who represents the South Shore's 4th District, called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo late Monday to resign after a third woman came forward accusing him of sexual harassment. Rice … more
Nassau police report that a water main break has closed off Sheridan Boulevard at Nassau Avenue in Inwood as of 5:30 a.m. on Monday. more
Vehicles pulled into the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC Harrison-Kerr Family Campus and staff and volunteers and staff and student volunteers from the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School helped the 150 seniors, which included 60 Holocaust survivors, to receive a first dose of the Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination on Sunday. more
A woman said to be homeless allegedly assaulted a Nassau police officer in Inwood on Feb. 25, police said. more
South Shore residents spoke forcefully at a public hearing on Feb. 26 that reviewed the state’s study to examine a potential public takeover of New York American Water’s private … more
The Hewlett-Woodmere School District will offer free, voluntary Covid-19 PCR testing to all district students in grades pre-K to 12th on Tuesday, March 2 and Wednesday, March 3 at the Franklin Early Childhood Center Gym 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. The childhood center is at 1180 Henrietta Place in Hewlett. more
Lifelong Five Towner William W. Hewlett was considered by those who knew him to be a generous man who was loved by many people. The Woodmere resident Hewlett died on Jan. 31 from Covid-19 … more
HAFTR High School students on the Chesed Committee led by Rabbi Gary Slochowsky with committee heads Zachary Gellman and Sofia Goldschlag, organized a Chesed project to give back to the community on Purim. more
Roughly 50 first, second and third grade students from the Lawrence Primary School at the Number 2 School have their work on display in the Community Gallery at the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City through Feb. 27. more
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