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Renew Hempstead – Learn more about the Downtown Revitalization
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Learn more about the Village's Downtown Revitalization plan and get involved as we work together to create an economically and socially vibrant Hempstead that works for all of us. Click here to learn more and to get involved: http://renewhempstead.com
JOIN US FOR A HOLIDAY OF GIVING
Legislator Kevan Abrahams, Mayor Wayne Hall & the Village of Hempstead Host a Holiday of Giving
When: Saturday, December 14th, 12pm-4pm
Where: Kennedy Park, 335 Greenwich St., Hempstead
Join us for photos with Santa, free toy giveaways for children, raffles, prizes, refreshments & much more.
*All children must be accompanied by an adult to receive a toy.
Everything is free.
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Hempstead's Mirschel Park gets new playground
Originally published: September 14, 2013 5:38 PM
Updated: September 14, 2013 9:18 PM
By AISHA AL-MUSLIM
About 300 volunteers joined forces Saturday to build a new playground at Mirschel Park in Hempstead Village -- a project residents said will target childhood obesity and keep children entertained.
The volunteers, including residents, private company employees, government officials and members of nonprofit youth and business groups, spent the day assembling the brightly colored equipment and moving 43,740 square feet of safety surfacing by hand.
Traffic light demanded at rally after Hempstead girl killed by car
Originally published: September 12, 2013 9:17 PM
Updated: September 12, 2013 9:55 PM
By AISHA AL-MUSLIM
Nearly three months after a 10-year-old Hempstead Village girl coming out of a dance recital was fatally struck by a car, community leaders and parents are demanding a traffic light and stricter enforcement in the area to avoid another death.
More than 40 New York Communities for Change and Workplace Project members, residents and young students rallied Thursday afternoon near a makeshift memorial for Shamay Braham on South Franklin Street and Burnett Street, where she was struck.
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