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This is the 25th anniversary for the Hicks Flower & Garden Show

A Gateway To Spring

According to Brookhaven National Laboratory, this past January had Long Islanders dealing with the largest snowfall on record for that particular month since 1947, with a total of 24.8 inches. Between all the shoveling and constant grappling with freezing temperatures and endless ice, it’s no surprise that the yearning for … [Read More...]

A Night Of Delights

Local residents are invited to wine and dine March 12 at the first ever Night of Delights. Attendees will be ample to sample the fare of over 20 restaurants at this event, which is a fundraiser for the Rushmore Avenue PTA. “We usually do a Chinese Auction, but I thought this year let’s try something different,” said … [Read More...]


Village Talks Bridge Repair

The Village of Westbury held its second community informational meeting on the Ellison Avenue bridge replacement project last Thursday evening, where representatives from the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) joined village board members in hearing from residents and delivering an … [Read More...]


Local Is Athlete Of The Week

Westbury’s Kaitlyn Kieser, a junior at SUNY Oneonta on the track and field team, was named athlete of the week after she recently helped to lead the women to a second place finish at the Eagle Invitational hosted by SUNY Brockport. Kieser set a school record in the long jump when she won the event with a meet record … [Read More...]


Town Celebrates Black History Month

The Town of North Hempstead held their annual Black History Month celebration last Friday, Feb. 27 at the “Yes We Can” Center, a time for local residents to celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans throughout history, as well as in the local community today. “This is a very special program to us because it’s … [Read More...]


Bosworth Visits Civic Meeting

Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth and Councilwoman Viviana Russell spoke to residents at the Carle Place Civic Association meeting on Feb. 25 at Carle Place High School. They were joined by Building Department Commissioner John Niewender and Applicant Advocate Lauren Summa who answered resident questions … [Read More...]


Spreading Help To Those In Need

The word ‘community’ is synonymous with peanut butter and jelly every third Saturday of the month at St. Brigid’s School in Westbury as community members gather for the Peanut Butter Gang (PBG). This clever initiative, which began at Hospitality Too Soup Kitchen at St. Anne’s in Brentwood, gathers a community of kids … [Read More...]

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