It was just another day of classes at Seaford High School three years ago when two freshmen, Jordan Ament and Ana LaGrassa, joked about finishing at the head of their class. “Wouldn’t it be cool …
The Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater is going several steps greener.
The Town of Hempstead is officially waiving all adoption fees during the dog days of summer.
Donna Larrabee Rigali was there at the very start of the Seaford Public Library in 1956. For her master’s thesis in 1968, she chronicled her experiences helping to get the library off the ground as the first chair of the Friends of Seaford Library.
The nonprofit foundation gives scholarships to students who have a parent who has cancer or has died of the disease. Some of the participants walked in memory of family members or friend stricken with the disease, placing paper-bag luminarias around the track to honor them.
Seaford and Massapequa residents are among the victims of a $5 million Ponzi scheme allegedly perpetrated by a Syosset-based financial advisor.
Children will be able to interact with the good-natured pony for 90 minutes - walking, riding, grooming and even painting the miniature horse with horse paint - by appointment.
Hundreds of pounds of a harmful aquatic plant have been removed from Wantagh's Mill Pond for the first time.
At Seaford Harbor Elementary School, children need to know a very important drill to cover a more common emergency: bullying.
Athletes and their families from around Long Island ran through Cedar Creek Park during the Miles for Matt Foundation Celebrate Life 5K Walk/Run held on June 2.
Does the latest sexist outrage mean we have to start burning our bras again?
We’re hearing a lot lately from a couple of former FBI officials who both claim to have held the highest moral ground in their respective public careers. Neither one of them measures up . . .