The Army Corps of Engineers has temporarily postponed work on a $230 million coastal protection project as officials monitor weather conditions created by Hurricane Florence. “We’re just going …
Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages, a Democrat from Elmont, pleaded guilty to two disorderly conduct violations and was ordered to take part in a 26-week batterers’ intervention class and submit to drug testing in a Hempstead court on Sept. 12.
As part of a complex deal now pending approval in State Supreme Court, New York American Water is offering to sell the Village of Sea Cliff its pumping station, at 325 Prospect Ave., with the sale …
As of Sept. 6, five men charged with Angel Soler’s death were imprisoned at the Nassau County jail, awaiting indictment or trial.
“It’s like you want to bring — not closure, there’s never closure — but certainty for the families of the victims,” said Oceansider Kevin Costigan, who, after serving for 22 years on the …
Hurricane Florence, which marched across much of the mid-Atlantic Ocean as a Category 4 storm, was downgraded to a Category 3 and then 2 storm as it approached the Carolinas on Thursday. Still, …
Though Gennaro Jewelers has been in business in Bellmore for 95 years, the customer service remains similar to when Erwin Von der Heydt opened the store in May 1923, even as the community around it has changed drastically.
The grainy black-and-white video showed a man, likely in his mid- to late 30s, walk up to the front porch, snatch the rainbow flag from its holder and throw it like javelin into the bushes.
As some adults still struggle to process what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, the task of explaining the attacks to their children is even more difficult. But with the installation of a new Story Walk on the Village Green, that conversation could become easier.
Ratepayers from New York American Water’s Sea Cliff, Lynbrook and Merrick districts attended a public forum in Merrick on Sept. 6, hosted by Long Island Clean Air Water and Soil and North Shore …
Over a quarter-century ago, under President George H.W. Bush, the U.S. Department of Education published an untitled, 49-page booklet that offered advice to parents about how to help their children in school.
My stomach was churning furiously. The Press Club of Long Island’s first-ever poetry reading on Aug. 23 was to begin in a half-hour at the Huntington Station birthplace of the unparalleled poet and journalist Walt Whitman. Would anyone show? I wondered.
The only real surprise is that all Melania Trump did was write an anonymous op-ed piece for The New York Times calling her husband impulsive, reckless, petty and amoral. What remarkable self-discipline she has demonstrated . . .
The U.S. economy is humming along at a brisk pace, fueled by last year’s tax cuts, business growth and strong consumer confidence. Unemployment overall is the lowest in decades . . .