A car ended up on its driver’s side at the intersection of Cedarhurst and Fifth avenues in Cedarhurst just after 11 a.m. on Sept. 20, according to the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department officials.
In response to the death of a student five days earlier, a dozen residents addressed topics including vaping, code-of-conduct policies and possible mental health initiatives at the Hewlett-Woodmere School District Board of Education’s work meeting on Sept. 11.
Parents in the Lawrence School District “blew up” the Lawrence District 15 Residents Facebook page with comments and complaints on the transportation issues surrounding the first several says of school, specifically on the busing of the children who attend private schools in the Five Towns and other places.
The reported appearance of two homeless men living in an area between the Long Island Rail Road in Lawrence behind two residential buildings at 220 and 230 Central Ave. in the village has residents asking what they should do.
Whether it was following the Grateful Dead across the United States or becoming an Israel Defense Forces soldier, David Sussman has lived an eventful life while also discovering the importance of volunteerism along his journey.
An event that organizers say, “brings the community together” will be held in the Five Towns for the eighth consecutive year.
The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC is partnering with UJA-Federation of New York and the Yonkers-based AFYA Foundation to collect humanitarian supplies for the victims of Hurricane Dorian that struck the Bahamas on Aug. 24.
Lawrence resident Annie Reyes raised eight children and possibly many more through her professional work at the Five Towns Community Center and community involvement with Rock and Wrap It Up!
Woodmere resident and Stony Brook University associate professor Geoffrey Girnun allegedly stole more than $200,000 in federal and state money, according to a seven-count indictment that was unsealed on Sept. 12. Girnun, 48, was arrested on that Thursday.
It’s only one game, but South Side’s performance in last Friday night’s Nassau Conference III football opener against perennial power Lawrence showed the Cyclones may have what it takes to live up to all the hype.
Along with the fun — carnival games, inflatables and prizes — the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC aimed to showcase what the organization offers at the Harrison Kerr Family Campus at 140 Central Ave.
Brandeis middle school students heard from world-renowned public speaker Charlie Harary on Sept. 16.
AMIT, a New York-based nonprofit that advocates for education in Israel and has a strong Sephardic Temple chapter in Cedarhurst, was ranked Israel’s No. 1 educational network for the third consecutive year based on data collected by the Jewish state’s Education Ministry data.
For the third consecutive year, the men’s tennis team from the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club captured a league championship, according to team captain Barry Strauss.
The United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York will honor nine residents of Nassau County’s South Shore with Community Leadership awards at its inaugural South Shore dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 6 p.m., at the Seawane Country Club in Hewlett Harbor.
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School enthusiastically opened its doors to the new school year on Sept. 5.
The roughly 40-member Atlantic Beach Rescue all-volunteer emergency unit was named Nassau County Regional Emergency Medical System Agency of the Year for 2018, Assistant Chief Jonathan Kohan said.
Carole Tolkin, a longtime Five Towns resident now living in Manhattan, was presented with the prestigious Hannah G. Solomon Award from the Lawrence-based National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula Section.
Chaim Mazel and Joseph Tepfer, both from Cedarhurst, and Max Borgen and Aaron Manoucheri, both of Lawrence, were four of the more than 2,400 students who received degrees...
“For many in the audience today this gathering is like attending a loved one’s funeral again and I’m sorry for that,” Village of Cedarhurst mayor Benjamin Weinstock said.