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The Five Towns Community Center is celebrating its 112th anniversary with a gala dinner on Saturday, June 22, beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will be food, music and entertainment. more
Hibernians from across Nassau County gathered at Mineola’s Irish-American Center to conduct the business of the county Ancient Order of Hibernians and elect and install new officers for fresh two-year terms at the group’s 37th biennial convention on June 2. more
Hewlett High School senior Brianna Kovit received a special commendation from the College Board for her paper in Advanced Placement Research that she completed last year.  more
Town of Hempstead Councilman Bruce Blakeman visited the Levi Yitzchak Library and Family Center at 564 Central Ave. in Cedarhurst on May 14. more
The Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department and the O’Rourke family presented the annual Kevin O’Rourke scholarships to nine students on May 26.   more
A four-course dinner and ample bottles of New York vino helped the Kiwanis Club of the Five Towns celebrate its 75th year at the charitable organization’s annual wine night at Temple Avodah in Oceanside on May 16. more
It was a perfect day for an event outside as Hewlett High School hosted the seventh annual Friendship Games that included special-needs students from Hewlett High, Woodmere Middle School, East Rockaway, Floral Park, Lawrence, Lynbrook and Valley Stream high schools, and Freeport High School and middle school. more
While many of the men and women who are considered part of “the Greatest Generation,” who grew up during the Great Depression and lived through or fought in World War II, are well into their 90s and dying at a rapid rate, a group of Holocaust survivors who are part of the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC has grown to more than 350 people in recent years. more
 With nearly $370,000 spent to draft a rezoning plan less than four months after it was proposed, the Hempstead Town Board voted 7-0 to approve Councilman Bruce Blakeman’s Transit Oriented Development District on May 7. more
New York American Water said $970,000 will be spent to install a new water main along Hewlett Parkway, Westervelt Place and Wheatley Street in Hewlett, through a project that began on June 12 and is expected to take roughly six weeks to complete. more
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