Nassau County police arrested and charged an East Meadow man after they say he sold pills to a woman who overdosed and died.
“We are all immigrants,” Rabbi Arthur Vernon from the Congregation Shaaray Shalom in West Hempstead said. “If not directly, we are all descendants of immigrants.”
After the National Weather Service upgraded its Feb. 9 forecast for Long Island to a Blizzard Warning from its original Winter Storm, the East Meadow and Salisbury communities braced for a heavier snowfall.
In the wake of several corruption scandals involving Long Island elected officials, Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) was endorsed by county Democrats on Monday to run for county executive, the first woman to be nominated for the position by a major party.
The night before Bishop John Barres was to be installed as the fifth bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, hundreds of men, women and children from across Long Island lined up around St. Agnes …
Alby Joseph, a senior at W.T. Clarke High School, has been recognized as a scholar in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search. This program is considered to be the nation’s oldest and most prestigious pre-college science competition for high school students.
As members of the Nassau County Firefighters Pipes and Drums focused on delivering a flawless performance during one of its final rehearsals on Jan. 11 at the East Meadow Fire Department headquarters, camera crews and reporters filmed their every move.
While East Meadow and Valley Stream Central brought identical 1-10 records into their Nassau Conference AA-II boys’ basketball clash on Jan. 12, there was no shortage of intensity, strong passing, and slick shooting from long range at Memorial JHS.
Every inch of bulletin board space in Woodland Middle School’s hallways and classrooms is covered with drawings, words of encouragement and names of students whose successes are highlighted each week and month.
The walls of the Leon J. Campo Salisbury Center are adorned with paintings and drawings done by students from throughout the East Meadow School District. Black-and-white self-portraits and colorful crayon creations lead to the office of Campo, the district’s interim superintendent.
Girl Scout troop 1287 and their siblings visited AFC Urgent Care’s Ted E Bear Hospital in East Meadow with Girl Scout Leaders Jeanette Rotolo, Devon Rotolo and Danielle Klein last month.
It was 2012, and longtime East Meadow resident Andrew Alderman was in Israel, in a school courtyard five miles from the border with the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian territory. The then 22-year-old was traveling with the Israel Premier Lacrosse League as a volunteer, which introduces children to the game.
Neighbors in the News
East Meadowite David Goldstein was recently promoted to the partnership at Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP.
The Changing Face of Long Island
Staff members at the Central American Refugee Center, housed in a sparsely furnished second-floor office on Franklin Street in Hempstead, were finishing their lunches recently when a line formed in the small, narrow lobby.
Parents and staff trickled in the W.T. Clarke Middle School auditorium throughout the night as the school showcased its annual winter concert performance last month.