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He was 'beloved by generations'

Clark Crespi, a longtime Baldwin teacher and wrestling coach who was loved and respected by many, died March 18 of complications of Parkinson’s disease and neuropathy. He was …

St. Christopher School in Baldwin set to close for good

Citing financial struggles caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, church officials announced last week that St. Christopher’s School, a Catholic parochial school in Baldwin, would close at the end of …

At Nassau Community College, the shows went on

For longtime Baldwinite Richard Ginsburg, taking on a new role as chair of the Nassau Community College Theatre and Dance Department turned out to be more challenging than he anticipated, because he …

Baldwin embraces ‘yarn bombing’ beautification

By April 11, most of the exterior of the Baldwin Public Library building will be covered in colorful knitted and crocheted fabrics, as a part of a “yarn bombing” community art …

Baldwin determined to change fortunes

Baldwin boys’ soccer coach Chris Soupios and the Bruins couldn’t wait for a fresh start after a difficult 2019 season brought just a couple of draws across 14 matches resulting in the …

Group to clean up Baldwin’s Silver Lake Park on Sunday

Ahead of Earth Day 2021, Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé, a Democrat from Freeport, invites residents, park lovers and environmentalists to join her in giving Baldwin’s Silver Lake …

Editorial

State must provide greater municipal oversight

Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman announced last week that he would not run for re-election — a wise move, given the tenuous nature of any candidacy he might have tried to mount.

Op-Ed

Momentum builds to eliminate housing discrimination

The new year is off to a promising start in the effort to eliminate housing discrimination, with significant actions taken by the federal and state governments. Those actions, and related ones that are brewing . . .