The New York State Police are currently investigating an accident on the Wantagh State Parkway.
After Rabbi Daniel Bar-Nahum, of Temple Emanu-El, extinguished the East Meadow synagogue’s “eternal flame” last Sunday, there was a pause and a silence that was broken by a woman’s stifled cry.
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.
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.
DuWayne Gregory and Liuba Grechen Shirley both want Peter King out of his 2nd District seat, and are ready to unify the Democratic Party’s support under whoever wins the June 26 Democratic Primary.
Nearly 50 of the adoptable hounds at the Hempstead Town Animal Shelter now sleep on comfortable new beds made of aluminum piping and replaceable vinyl fabric.
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.
A decision by Nassau County to stop mailing annual tentative assessment notices to residents, to remind them of the deadline to grieve their taxes, has spurred complaints by town and county officials …
Friends in Safe Hands of Wantagh has offered a major solution for seniors in Bellmore and Wantagh in need of reliable transportation for almost 50 years — but may not be around for much longer.
Does the latest sexist outrage mean we have to start burning our bras again?
In my two and a half decades of writing on the environment and pondering solutions to the pressing sustainability issues that our planet — and civilization — face, I never imagined that the answer to reversing our destructive course might lie in nutrition education.