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As coronavirus cases have declined, many restaurants in the Lynbrook community opened for outdoor dining earlier this month. On June 10, Craft Kitchen and Tap house began serving customers for … more
As the East Rockaway Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 335 enters phase three of reopening, they are now operating again at 50 percent occupancy and bringing back some programs. more
While many Long Island camps have shuttered for the summer amid the coronavirus pandemic, Rolling River Day Camp in East Rockaway will open, but administrators had to make major changes to comply with health guidelines. more
After 43 years serving as a rabbi — 13 of which were spent at the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre — Rabbi Andrew Warmflash said it was sad, but relieving to call it a career in early June. more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
The unique Achilles and ASPIRES programs at Nassau Community College, designed to assist students with Autism, will be restored for the 2020-2021 academic year after the Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously June 29 to approve the college’s budget.   more
Both local elected and Village of Malverne officials, along with family members of Malvernite Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick gathered at Chester A. Reese Veterans Memorial Park on Tuesday as she … more
Douglas Tuman (R-West Hempstead) defeated Cindy Grosz in the 4th Congressional District Republican primary race 74 to 25 percent. Tuman, 39, is now set to challenge U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice in … more
The pressure for schools to expand their curriculums on the subject of racial inequality, systemic bias and modern injustices continues to increase with the strengthening of the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of George Floyd’s death. There is now a greater push than ever to widen kindergarten through 12th grade teachings in order to ensure that students learn about racism in modern times. more
The coronavirus pandemic, which swept across the New York metropolitan area from March through May, had a paralyzing effect, forcing millions of people to put their plans on hold — including … more
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