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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
Some students in the Clara H. Carlson School must quarantine for 4 days, after coming in close contact with a staff member who has tested positive for Covid-19, Elmont Superintendent Ken Rosner wrote … more
Elmont residents were able to get all the supplies their children would need for the new school year at the New Jerusalem Cathedral Inc.’s 10th annual “Backpack and Food Giveaway” … more
When the novel coronavirus swept across the globe in the weeks before Passover, there was a frenzied panic as we prepared to celebrate the holiday alone, physically distant from our extended family … more
It was a solemn evening in Franklin Square last Sunday, when firefighters from the Franklin Square & Munson Fire Department and family members who lost loved ones in the Sept. 11 terrorist … more
Students in Elmont and Franklin Square faced a new kind of school year last week, when they had to wear masks, fill out health surveys and log onto their computers and iPads to help prevent the … more
Hundreds of Long Islanders watched as New York Islanders players and elected officials plunged their shovels into a pile of dirt last September to mark the beginning of construction on the … more
An Elmont woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Sept. 15 for a fatal crash that killed a 65-year-old man last February. According to Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas, Julie … 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
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