When W.T. Clarke High School graduate Nathaniel Worthman applied for the National Security Language Initiative for Youth scholarship late last year, he was determined to travel to Russia to study the …
“We used to have over 300 members at one point,” said Frank Salamino, a member of East Meadow’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2736. “Now we have 25 members in total. Our post is dying.”
“The supermarket is set up like a maze,” Dan Arthur said. As the president of Stew Leonard’s Long Island operations and a 40-year team member, Arthur knows what each empty shelf will hold when the supermarket opens in East Meadow on Aug. 23.
The staff at the East Meadow Public Library paid a special tribute to author J.K. Rowling’s famous character Harry Potter by throwing a birthday party in his honor on July 31.
Pop.Earth, a nonprofit holistic and wellness organization that serves autistic and developmentally disabled adults and children, has set its sights on East Meadow’s Eisenhower Park to establish a state-of-the-art $10 million center.
Although the 2017-18 academic year is not yet here, the East Meadow Union Free School District continues to provide students with a variety of opportunities to explore their interests through its summer recreation program.
When New York City-based author Fiona Davis visited a renovated condominium in the famed Barbizon 63 building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in 2005 during an apartment search, she uncovered a history not explored since Sylvia Plath did so in her 1963 semi-autobiographical novel “The Bell Jar,” which details the life of a young woman who lives at the Barbizon in the 1950s while interning for “Mademoiselle” magazine.
“If anyone said to me, ‘What are the chances your kid will be involved in a drive-by shooting?’ I’d laugh at them,” said Rockville Centre resident Kathy Paesano, the mother of a 9-year-old girl who was in a car struck by a stray bullet in Hempstead seven weeks ago.
When East Meadow student filmmaker Max Hechtman received news that his film “I Am Here” would screen at the Long Island International Film Expo in Bellmore this year, he was at a loss for words.
In Dr. Kenneth Card Jr.’s office in the Leon J. Campo Administrative Center in Salisbury, there was a neat row of boxes stuffed to the brim with papers. The new East Meadow School District superintendent’s desk was already covered by folders and paperwork, and a family portrait sat next to his name plate.