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Summer Jobs Open

The Great Neck Public Schools Summer Recreation Programs have openings for lifeguard, camp nurse/health designees, dance instructor and tennis instructor. Positions will be for the six-week, Monday through Friday programs, from July 6 to Aug. 14. Lifeguard candidates must be 17 years old or older, and have Nassau County … [Read More...]


Birnbaum Honors Laura Weinberg

Nassau County Legislator Ellen W. Birnbaum (D-Great Neck) announced that honors go to Great Neck Breast Cancer Coalition President Laura Weinberg on Monday, March 16, at the 17th Annual Trailblazers Awards Ceremony at the Nassau County Legislative Chamber in Mineola. As part of Women’s History Month, the county legislators … [Read More...]


North Musicians at Carnegie

Some 76 North High School musicians have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall, Saturday, April 4, at 8:30 p.m., as part of the Worldstrides Heritage Performance Programs at Carnegie Hall. Steven Keim, Carnegie Hall program coordinator, again extended the invitation for North High musicians to perform. This will be the … [Read More...]


New Book From Andrew Kane

There is much excitement in the air as Great Neck author Andrew Kane is set to publish another book, his latest book The Day, The Night, to be released by Berwick Court Publishing Co. on March 31. This will be Kane’s third novel. Kane, a clinical psychologist, practices in Lawrence and lives in Great Neck with his wife … [Read More...]


GNPS to Announce New Chief

At the Monday, March 30, school board meeting, the Great Neck Public Schools Board of Education will introduce and appoint the new superintendent of the Great Neck School District. Board of Education President Barbara Berkowitz told the Great Neck Record that the new superintendent’s start date will be July 15. As announced … [Read More...]


Jumper Delays LIRR

Long Island Rail Road service on the Port Washington branch (servicing Great Neck) was disrupted last Wednesday morning, March 18, after a man “apparently” jumped onto the railroad tracks at 7:05 a.m. LIRR spokesperson Meredith Daniels told the Great Neck Record that, following the incident, the man was found “alive and … [Read More...]

Remembering Betty Rosenzweig

For all of our devoted, longtime readers, we sadly report that a very special columnist and reporter, Betty Rosenzweig, died last week. Betty, who had lived in Great Neck for years and years, raising her children here, along with her husband, Marty, who predeceased her many years ago, had moved to Boston in later years, to … [Read More...]

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