Close to 200 people were running, jogging or simply walking at Baldwin Park on Saturday to show their support for veterans.
Over 25 years ago, John Cools started an event to bring together community members to participate and watch people race in cardboard boats. Today, this event is still a huge hit.
Plaza Elementary School was one of the eight schools in Baldwin school district that reopened last week for the 2023-2024 school year.
Rosh Hashana is the Birthday of The World. It is a time when we celebrate creation, a time when we give gratitude to God, asking for forgiveness.
A sweeping drug trafficking operation across Long Island’s South Shore was disrupted after a nine-month investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency and Nassau County District Attorney’s …
September is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month
For Baldwin resident Abby Melendez, September is far from an ordinary month — it’s a vivid reminder of the disease she had and how she had to overcome it.
For the past 12 years, Barbara Southard has watched the Oakwood Beach Club turn into an overgrown wasteland.
A busted main pipe has resulted in bad living conditions for Peter Gibbs and his family.
They called them the most dangerous stretches of road on Long Island. No crosswalks. Speeding cars. Pedestrians literally running for their lives . . .
A poll conducted by nextLI/Newsday discovered a not-so-puzzling contradiction. A majority of Long Island residents want more local housing options . . .
In recent times, far too many New Yorkers have been forced to flee the place they’ve spent most of their lives, driven out by high taxes, an ever-increasing cost of living . . .
Really, the world outside is conspiring to corrupt us. The mindless chatter is deafening, the distractions are pervasive . . .