Eleven members of Pfc. John J. Oliveri Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1582 gathered around the memorial monument at the intersection of Doughty Boulevard and Mott Avenue in Inwood for another year.
“Our gathering is just one small spark in the flame of pride that runs across the nation everyday,” Village of Cedarhurst trustee Ari Brown said.
A $130 million overhaul of a roughly half-mile stretch of State Route 878, also known as the Nassau Expressway, appears that it will finish on time, with less than two months remaining until the New York State Department of Transportation’s deadline to complete the project.
Manhattan-based real estate company Wildflower LTD’s application for a three-story, 235,234-square-foot building on a 10.71 acre parcel at 253-51 Rockaway Blvd. in Woodmere was deemed “complete” by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation...
A proposed three-story, 33-unit residential development for 1.33 acres of land on Lawrence Woodmere Academy’s south end along West Broadway and Westwood Road...
“It’s important that we don’t forget about our veterans,” New Horizon Counseling Community Relations Coordinators Audrey Goodman said.
There are many teenagers who wish they could join a school club centered on playing video games. Lawrence Woodmere Academy students now have that opportunity.
This past summer, three Hewlett High School graduates decided to take their creative abilities to the next level by starting their own production company.
Inwood resident Laura Reyes came to the United States from Mexico when she was two and a half years old, became a “Dreamer," then a resident and now awaits the time to apply for citizenship, but she still feels the sting of ethnic bias.
Nassau County 4th Squad detectives are asking the public to help identify or come forward with information on a hit-and-run incident that happened on Oct. 18 at 7:55 p.m. at 148 Doughty Blvd. in Inwood that injured a woman, who lives in Inwood.
Hewlett’s Rachel Arbitman knew last fall she wouldn’t try defending her Nassau County and New York State girls’ tennis singles championships. That’s only because she had another challenge in mind.
Loud music and discussions about what key to play in is just a typical day at the Ross household in Lawrence.
As we entered the month of November, the holiday season is fast approaching.
Hewlett High School graduate, class of 2005, Max Seibald was inducted into the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame last month.
From the parade that began at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park and ended at Lawrence High School, also in Cedarhurst, to the winning football game, Homecoming 2019 was full of fun on Oct. 19.
Capitol One Bank on Broadway in Hewlett opened its doors to roughly 50 people as the Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association held its annual community meeting on Oct. 24...
The Marion and Aaron Gural JCC Early Childhood Center celebrated Parshat Noach with a rainbow full of smiles and colors from all the children on Oct. 29.
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital has established Innovative Health Partners, what officials of the Far Rockaway facility is the first independent provider association from the Rockaways.
Rhonnie Fischman was one of several people that received the Town of Hempstead’s Make a Difference Award at a ceremony at the Merrick Road Park Clubhouse in Merrick on Oct. 29.
Stephen Sullivan, who taught anthropology and history and oversaw behavioral science research at Lawrence High School for 31 years...
Dr. Aaron Glatt rolled up his sleeve on Oct. 29 and put his arm where his words are — getting a flu vaccination in front of dozens of newspaper reporters and other employees at Richner …
The Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association is asking for nominations of possible inductees to the alumni Hall of Fame...