Along with the live music, dancers, crafts, artists and food vendors, the fifth annual Arts Below Sunrise festival will focus on the future with a variety of S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art and math) activities along Broadway between Trinity Place and Franklin Place in Hewlett and Woodmere on Sunday, Sept. 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Due to the discovery of listeria, a bacteria that could cause severe infection and possibly be fatal, the Far Rockaway-based SM Fish Corp. was ordered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to temporarily close until the manufacturing facility meets the standard requirement.
As rumors continue to swirl about the future of the Woodmere Club, residents of Meadow Drive, near the golf course’s main entrance and first hole, are leery about what might become of their bucolic neighborhood.
To increase awareness of safety and security during the Jewish High Holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the Nassau County police addressed community and religious leaders on patrol and policing strategies at police headquarters in Mineola on Wednesday.
New York American Water announced that it will be flushing the water distribution system in its coverage area this fall.
To help supplement the firefighting efforts and emergency response of the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department, the mainly all-volunteer service has been given a two-year $499,200 grant to hire four full-time firefighters.
With her 19-year-old son William sitting home and doing nothing after the school year ended with no more BOCES training to attend, Sharon Diana decided to respond to the email she received from the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC in Cedarhurst about its newly established I-Space program.
Although Hewlett High School senior, Mukanjo Mukuka’s dish was on the “chopping block” after the second round of the Food Network’s Chopped Teen Tournament, overall, “It was a very joyful experience,” the 18-year-old said.
As part of the more than $5 million safety grant that the Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive from the Federal Railroad Administration, $1.91 million is designated for closed circuit television cameras to be installed at the Long Island Rail Road’s West Broadway train crossing in Hewlett.
Some 600 leaders from Long Island will get together for the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces annual IDF appreciation dinner on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. at the Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success to salute the men and women who serve in the Israeli army.
In writing a book that encompasses the rules of 21 popular sports, Gary Belsky said that he and writing partner Neil Fine took a “Talmudic approach” and where the rules had to be explained there are annotations in “On the Origins of Sports: The Early History and Original Rules of Everybody’s Favorite Games.”
There were new rides such as the Scooter (bumper cars) and the Dragon Wheel (roller coaster), and on Saturday and Sunday there were many choices for food from Italian zepploes to fried clams, …
After nearly 10 months of operation, Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa owner Alan Bernstein thinks of his employees akin to relatives. “I consider my staff to be extended family,” said Bernstein, who added he considers his customers part of that genealogy as well.
The trick is to play well, the treat is to win as the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club is looking for golfers to represent their village/community in the club’s inaugural Long Island Village Men’s Team Championship on Halloween, Monday, Oct. 31.
If one were able to read a book about Friends of the Library, he or she would learn that it is an organization comprised of a board and about 300 members from both within the Hewlett-Woodmere School District and about 70 members outside S.D. 14.
Lawrence School District is appealing a Public Employees Relations Board decision that it must “cease and desist” immediately its addition of a sixth teaching period for teachers in the middle school and high school.
Described by Hewlett Harbor resident and store manager Beth Star as a “cool, chic mom and pop shop,” Eyes on Broadway at 1344 Broadway in Hewlett is celebrating 16 years in business. Star’s father, Dr. Steven B. Agin, an optometrist, owns the family business; his daughter runs the retail side of their business.
Remembering Ashley McDuffie, highlighting the issue of domestic abuse and raising money to help her two sons were all part of Light Up The Sky For Ashley, a memorial event and fundraiser held at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence on Sept. 9.
Make reservations to play bingo, win prizes, eat pizza and salad with a beverage on Sunday, Sept. 18 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC at 207 Grove Ave. in Cedarhurst.
Recently renamed Community Chest South Shore, (formerly Five Towns Community Chest), holds its 32nd annual fair at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park.
Listen to the classic tunes of signer/songwriter Carole King including “I Feel the Earth Move” from her 1971 album “Tapestry” as performed by pianist/vocalist Gail Storm and guitarist Stew Cutler on Sunday, Sept. 18.
The fifth annual Arts Below Sunrise festival will take place on Sunday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. along Broadway in Hewlett and Woodmere.
Noel Gish presents a light-hearted look at the rich history of Long Island on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 1:30 p.m. at Rock Hall Museum at 199 Broadway in Lawrence