In any sport at any level, traits of a championship-caliber team include not just talent and chemistry, but also the ability to post an occasional blowout as well as win pressure-filled close games. East Meadow softball met all of those criteria — and more — in 2017.
East Meadow’s New Covenant Church suffered serious vandalism, including a shattered front glass door, Nassau County Police said. According to police reports, the church, located at 757 Bellmore …
Veterans from across East Meadow raised their right hands to their temples to salute and commemorate fallen comrades at the Veterans Memorial Park in East Meadow on Monday.
East Meadow softball has a history of success in Long Island championship games and it continued last Friday night in dramatic fashion.
Hundreds of friends, supporters, strangers and family members crowded the East Meadow Fire Department Headquarters on June 1 to honor Raymond Pfeifer, a national hero with local ties, who died after a long battle with cancer on May 28 at age 59.
After serving on the County Legislature for 20 years, Norma Gonsalves, Nassau’s presiding officer, announced on Thursday that she would not seek re-election this November.
When 21-year-old Christian Bossio found out that he was this year’s valedictorian at Nassau Community College, flashbacks of his life in Comayagua, Honduras, quickly flooded his mind.
Thousands of costumed teenagers slipped into their best anime outfits and headed to the East Meadow Public Library last weekend for the library’s annual EMCon Animefest.
Despite the rain and cloudy skies, local East Meadow community members and Town of Hempstead officials headed to the county’s newest Sonic Drive-In restaurant on Monday to welcome the eatery through a ceremonial ribbon cutting.
To view the rest of our photo gallery click here The sunny, cool weather welcomed thousands of participants from across the country at East Meadow’s Eisenhower Park last weekend for a series …
Laura Curran, a Democratic legislator from Baldwin and candidate for Nassau County Executive announced on Thursday her plan to end “the culture of patronage, nepotism and cronyism” in county government.