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The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to rethink how we carry out many of our responsibilities, including here at the Herald. Each election season, we normally invite political candidates to our … more
Educational leaders on the latest Herald Inside LI webinar agreed that reopening schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has been challenging, and the learning curve for students and teachers is ongoing. more
On the solemn and somber 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, elected officials, firefighters, veterans, local leaders and community members gathered at the Village of Island Park’s 9/11 memorial for a ceremony commemorating that dark day in American history. more
Nassau and Suffolk counties have both opted to postpone high school sports until January of 2021, and many colleges have moved their fall sports to the spring, as well. With sports on pause, student-athletes — especially high school seniors — and parents are left not only disappointed, but also with many lingering questions. more
Members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Oceanside are asking the community to take part virtually in its largest fundraiser, the annual Friends of the Poor Walk and 5K, Sept. 26 to Oct. 3. more
Community members gathered on Sept. 10 to congratulate Mega Business Systems for opening its newest location on Long Beach Road in Island Park. more
In a nearly 40-minute, socially distant ceremony last Friday morning, elected and appointed Nassau officials and families of local 9/11 victims paused to remember the 348 county residents who died in … more
They gathered in the early-morning light Friday at the Hempstead Town Park at Lido to honor those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, and also to salute the thousands . . . more
Polls will be open in the Village of Island Park on Sept. 15 for an uncontested election where two village trustees will seek re-election. Trustees Irene Naudis and Barbara Volpe-Ried are running … more
Amid outcry from residents and elected officials, New York American Water announced that it has postponed a rate hike that was set to take effect on Sept. 1. The decision came after the utility engaged in discussions with the Department of Public Service and decided not to go through with the increase amid the coronavirus pandemic. more
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