Short for the Thyroid Cancer Survivors Association — ThyCa hosted its 25th thyroid cancer awareness conference recently to promote awareness in the cancer’s designated month of September.
Baldwin’s Fellowship Center, a nonprofit religious organization, gave away backpacks and other items to almost 100 children and their families during the center’s annual Back to School Supplies Giveaway last weekend.
In the quiet chambers of the Baldwin Public Library, Randolph Yunker, the Nassau County Department of Assessment’s community service representative, and a team of tax experts sat with homeowners on Sept. 6, helping them file applications for property tax exemptions.
As they crossed the finish line, they did not celebrate their personal victories, but instead their support for veterans and military personnel.
With the repeal of Roe v. Wade still fresh in many minds, restrictions on abortions found in local municipal codes are being rediscovered again across several Long Island municipalities — laws some fear could create blueprints for future restrictions
Family and friends came together to race cardboard contraptions and share a laugh at the Baldwin boat ramps last Sunday.
Nassau County first responders reunited with the newborn child and family they helped deliver this week.
The Nassau County Police Department is searching for a man they say robbed a 7-Eleven last week.
Two houses in disrepair in the Town of Hempstead were deemed unsafe to live in for violating town code during a Town of Hempstead’s board meeting on September 7.
The Baldwin High School’s Fine and Performing Arts Department is starting off their school year on a high note because of three talented students.
In the mid-1800s, there were scorching debates taking place in the U.S. Congress between politicians in the North, who opposed slavery, and those in the South, who favored the institution.
When I learned that Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago desk looks a lot like my Aunt Maddie’s, I wasn’t surprised.
Journalist and bestselling author Susan Orlean once described a snow day as “literally and figuratively” something that “falls from the sky — unbidden — and seems like a thing of wonder.”
The likelihood that former President Donald Trump will run again in 2024 seems to increase by the day. Unless the Mar-a-Lago raid turns up something that leads to a criminal indictment . . .