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Dr. Aaron Glatt, a Woodmere resident who is the chair of the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside, issued a letter to the Five Towns communities noting that the Nassau County health commissioner called him and asked for his help concerning eight cases of “newly diagnosed Covid-19” in the Five Towns from “campers returning from Camp Shoresh in Pennsylvania.” more
School districts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with rest of the state, will be allowed to reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Aug. 7. He said he based his decision on low infection rates recorded in every region. more
The Peninsula Public Library in Lawrence has released the schedule for more virtual events for August. On Monday Aug. 10, Film Professor Val Franco will hold a discussion of the 96 minute … more
Instead of having sidewalks filled with people shopping for the best deals at their favorite shops, the annual Cedarhurst Summer Sidewalk Sale was reduced to an indoor sales event because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
The 'Kosher Guru' will be in Atlantic Beach for a good cause.    On Aug. 10, Hewlett reisdent Gabriel Boxer, also known the 'Kosher Guru', will be hosting a charity event at the … more
In repsonse to Tropical Storm County Executive Laura Curran announced the opening of three cooling centers in the county for people without power. One of the four will be North Woodmere Park. The … more
Citing a desire to improve their community and help others, a group of nearly 30 teenagers, all Lawrence High School students, are part of a teen advocacy group at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence. more
Nearly a hundred educators from Jewish day schools in Arizona, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and New York, including three from schools that serve the Five Towns, took part in a two-week virtual summit that offered a wide range of workshops to help them prepare for the new school year. more
Updated Aug. 8 at 6:50 p.m. Mayor George Pappas said that yes, most of Atlantic Beach was out Friday night, but power has been restored across the village. PSEG-Long Ialand has reported that 1,015 customers were without power after documenting only 17 earlier today. more
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, with some gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees … more
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