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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. more
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. more
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. more
Editor’s note: Devin Johnson, one of 10 participants in Hofstra University’s Summer High School Journalism Institute, is a rising junior at Elmont Memorial High School. The following … more
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. more
Established with the mission of combating drug and alcohol abuse, the Saving Lives Five Towns Drug & Alcohol Coalition was created by several local organizations and institutions, including the Cedarhurst-based Marion & Aaron Gural JCC. more
Occasionally, people who you’d think couldn’t be more different find out that they actually have a lot in common. more
Inwood residents Christopher Lakharam and Shantie Krissoondatt had no idea the excitement they would create when they headed to the Costco on Rockaway Turnpike in North Lawrence on July 29. more
Two students representing two Five Towns high schools will compete as the only Long Island team against 19 other finalists in the eighth annual Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition July 17, hosted by the Rockville Centre-based Center for Science Teaching & Learning at Cooper Union college in Manhattan. more
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