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Daniel J. Bosquez, 36, of Woodmere, was arrested for allegedly hitting an occupied vehicle with a baseball bat in upstate Ramapo on Interstate-87 at 4:16 p.m. on April 19, according to state police. more
Children 4 to 12 got to knead the dough in preparation of making the traditional Jewish bread at the fourth annual grand challah bake at the Chabad House of Hewlett on April 12. The 90-minute sold out event engaged the kids and had parents and grandparents kvelling. more
Members of the El Salvadoran gang MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, have threatened Nassau County and Village of Hempstead police officers, according to County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder. The threats follow the extradition from Maryland this week of Miguel Angel Corea Diaz, known on the street as “the Reaper,” an MS-13 kingpin who is the gang’s highest-ranking member on the East Coast. more
The theme of this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference was “Choose to Lead” and for the Shulamith High School students who attended the event in Washington D.C. on March 4 to 7, it was a call to action as they take part in the school’s Israel Activism Club. more
As the school year continues to wind down, Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School has been as busy as ever. more
Family members said that Alyssa Panasuk “would light up a room” when she walked in. The Lawrence High School senior aspired to go into the art field, specifically animation, said Assistant Principal Roseann Murello. more
As the temperatures rise, so does the interest in buying and selling homes, which, according to local experts, means that the Five Towns real estate market should be heating up in the coming months. more
A 3.63 percent tax increase is proposed for the Village of Cedarhurst, officials said, when discussing the tentative budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. more
Atlantic Beach Trustee Andrew Rubin guided the rest of the board and village residents through the 12-page budget and underscored that the barrier island community’s “financial condition is excellent.” more
Mark Twain once said, “buy land, they're not making it anymore,” and those words ignited a debate that enveloped the Village of Lawrence board meeting on April 12, when Mayor Alex Edelman, under the Good & Welfare portion, introduced a resolution that was not on the agenda to ensure that only seven homes could be built on the remediated land that was the sewage treatment plant. more
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