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'We will miss his bright smile'

World War II veteran Eddie Rosenblum dies at age 100

West Hempstead Army veteran Edmund Rosenblum, who was known as Eddie, told the Herald last year that he was thankful to be recognized for his years of service by local groups and elected officials …

West Hempstead excited for condensed hoops season

Returning from the holiday break with no news if high-risk sports such as basketball would get the green light to compete this season across New York State brought West Hempstead boys’ head …

A look back on the winter season in West Hempstead

Several notable events have occurred during the winter months in the West Hempstead community. One of the first historic events, as documented by the West Hempstead Historical Society, was the …

Malverne, West Hempstead district leaders discuss potential return of high-risk high school sports

Talks about the return of high-risk high school sports have already taken place in both the Malverne and West Hempstead school districts. Nassau County health officials approved guidance put in place …

Pompei, a ‘cornerstone’ of West Hempstead, closes

When restaurateurs Nadir and Jenny Rago purchased Pete’s Cuisine, at 401 Hempstead Ave. in West Hempstead, and opened Pompei restaurant in 1971, they had big visions for the business. They …

Editorial

We need more women elected leaders

It’s been over 27 years since Colin Ferguson stepped onto a Long Island Rail Road train in Mineola and started indiscriminately firing a 9mm pistol at passengers. The attack propelled Carolyn McCarthy to run for Congress.

Randi Kreiss

Fighting the other epidemic: QAnon (Part 1)

Oddly, the most offensive remark made by a politician lately (and there are a lot to choose from) came from Marjorie Taylor Greene last month . . .