Nine members and associates of the Genovese and Bonanno organized crime families were charged with racketeering, illegal gambling, money laundering conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and other related offenses yesterday at a federal court in Brooklyn.
With less than a week to go before Democrats in the 4th Congressional District go to the polls to chose a candidate for the November election, former Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen has …
Former Baldwin High School basketball star Jabeon Bivins, was shot and killed outside a Queens housing complex in Far Rockaway Monday evening, he was 24. He was discovered by a neighbor who had …
Preston Bowman, a rising junior at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, has always envisioned himself in a career in filmmaking.
Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages is sponsoring a bill that would require utility companies to pay their fair share of taxes on the properties they own. Solages unveiled the proposed …
Maria Conzatti has two major goals for the next 12 months: To have Nassau Community College “live” the word “community,” and to serve that community through a number of new …
A new face will welcome Rhame Avenue Elementary School students when they return to class in September. Jack Bixhorn, the school's incoming principal, fills the vacancy Aug. 22 left by former principal, Dr. Aysesha McArthur. Bixhorn returns to the halls of Rhame Avenue where he served as an administrative intern and as a teacher.
Friends and family of Marivel Estevez, a 39-year-old found killed in her Mineola apartment on July 30, remembered and celebrated her life on Tuesday morning. Estevez’s funeral mass was held …
Although it is plagued by structural issues, lack of funding and a lack of support in the community, the Seaford Historical Museum has found a glimmer of hope in one of Seaford’s younger residents.
On Tuesday, Town of Hempstead officials held a news conference outside Lawrence Village Hall, and announced a public hearing — on Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. — to address concerns about building development zones in Inwood and North Lawrence.
The Lawrence School District is finding new ways to keep students engaged in its Extended School Year and summer reading programs, using the digital FastForWord and Reading Assistant Plus platforms.
Hurricane season officially started June 1, but for those of us enjoying life on Long Island and in the Northeast, our storm season starts just about … now.
When faced with controversial topics or questions, our first instinct is almost always to go in search of others’ opinions.
We need a National Village Elder, someone whose sole mission it is to advocate for Americans older than 65.
While much media coverage of the coronavirus pandemic has focused on its impact on the global economy, which was serious, there is a potentially more insidious long-term consequence . . .