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Mixed Feelings At PTA Meetings

Chestnut Hill Elementary Parent Teacher Association (PTA) members last week offered a platform in which they promised unity and collaboration with other parent groups in preparing for their school’s ...Full Article

State Ed Commish ‘Schooled’

According to 20th century philosopher William Butler Yeats, education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. Whether intended or not, New York State ...Full Article

Rare Mikvah Opens In Dix Hills

The Chai Center in Dix Hills is now home to a mikvah, one of only about 400 in the United States. A mikvah – a symbolic pool Jewish women ...Full Article

Details Emerge On Plans For Sweet Hollow Park

Fitting all the puzzle pieces together to create Sweet Hollow Park may have just become a little bit easier. By using special materials, the town can put parking on ...Full Article

Democrats Sweep Town Board Election

The atmosphere was electric at the Larkfield Manor Tuesday night as Democratic town board candidates Supervisor Frank Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, stepped into the limelight for another four ...Full Article

Gunther Ousts Naughton

While Democrats swept policy-making posts in Tuesday’s election, the one they didn’t win might have been the most surprising of all. Conservative Pete Gunther of Centerport unseated Highway Superintendent ...Full Article

Chief Certain Fires Are ‘Criminal’

Alan Schwartz woke up in the middle of the night last Saturday, looked outside his window and saw a raging fire in the woods behind his backyard. Schwartz quickly ...Full Article

Location, Location, Location

Robert and Susanne Cippitelli, the parents of five children all under the age of 6, said their decision to move from Manhasset to Dix Hills last summer was highly ...Full Article

Chestnut Hill, Forest Park Closing

Chestnut Hill and Forest Park elementary schools will close next year, the Half Hollow Hills school board announced on Monday. After sealing the fate of the two schools at ...Full Article

Foundation Of A New Future

Sunday morning marked the next step in a new chapter of the history of the BAPS in the Town of Huntington. More than 1,500 people from across New York ...Full Article