Baldwin’s top students share their memories

As Baldwin’s top students, Nijha Young and Brittany Monroy, prepared for the next phase of their lives, they reflected on their academic careers in …

Celebrating the community garden’s birthday

Dozens of local residents and civic leaders celebrated the Baldwin Community Garden’s fifth birthday on June 21. Hosted by the Baldwin Civic Association, the 70s-themed party rung in another …

Remembering a dedicated Baldwinite

Robert Hachemeister Sr., honorary fire chief and a former fire captain who volunteered for the Baldwin Fire Department for more than 50 years, died …

Herald, RichnerLive teaming up to host Senior Expo in August

Herald Community Newspapers and RichnerLive will host a summer Senior Health & Beyond Expo on Thursday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Merrick Jewish Centre. This free event is dedicated …

And the show must go on

The annual tradition will continue: The fireworks show that caps Baldwin Day is on for this year, according to Chamber of Commerce President Erik Mahler. Two months ago, chamber members said they …

Editorial

Newspapers’ existential crisis

In 1996, Hewlett House was a dilapidated farmhouse, long empty and fast rotting. The Hewlett-Woodmere School District, which owned it, planned to demolish the 300-year-old structure to make way for a parking lot. Then the Nassau Herald started reporting on the historic home’s plight.

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