Students to get a jump-start on their future

The Per Sempre Lodge no. 2344 will celebrate seven outstanding students and encourage them on their journey toward the realizing  their full potential during their annual Scholarship Award Night on June 18.

Belmont Stakes celebrated with 16th annual Paul Sapienza Parade

Elmont neighbors celebrated the Belmont Stakes ahead of the race with the 16th annual Paul Sapienza Belmont Parade on June 1.

East Meadow junior firefighter honored with scholarship, award

An East Meadow family with deep ties to the East Meadow Fire Department, is continuing to support the efforts of youth involved in the department’s Junior Fire Company.

South Side recognizes its ‘unsung heroes’

South Side High School hosts the fifth annual Breakfast of Champions.

Options for community living making Long Islanders Less Vulnerable

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month and mental health being on the rise today, we had the opportunity to sit down with Yolanda Robano-Gross LMSW, MHA, and Chief Executive Officer of Options for Community Living (Options) and gain her insight on what Options does to help vulnerable Long Islanders about mental health, housing, homelessness, and those who are HIV+/living with Aids.

10 years of Baldwin Community Garden

Members of the Baldwin community are invited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Baldwin Community Garden at 1980 Grand Ave., the garden’s location, on June 21st.

Learn about science and STEAM projects put together by Uniondale school distroct students

Uniondale High School’s Science Honor Society students were the stars of the annual school district-wide STEAM Fair on June 1.

'Groundbreaking' update for Malverne's Whelan Field

The empty lot off Ocean Avenue is getting a huge makeover. The Village of Malverne has begun a $6.3 million project to transform the area, called Whelan Field, into a park.

Virginia Graziosi, DECA champ is Glen Cove High School valedictorian

Virginia Graziosi, Glen Cove High School’s 2024 valedictorian, has made waves with her impressive academic and extracurricular achievements, culminating in her acceptance to Purdue University’s …

Joro spiders not coming north anytime soon

Joro spider invasion is a web of lies

The arrival of joro spiders, which are native to East Asia, in the United States has sparked concern and some sensational headlines. According to experts, however, the potential impact on Long …

Shining a light on cancer victims

Oceanside High School’s Awards Night, on June 6, celebrated seniors who were presented with scholarships and awards, including the Susan Satriano Memorial Scholarship, which helps support students …

Herald Editorial

We are all champions

Nassau County, renowned for its championship teams and historic sporting events, truly shines through its young school athletes who exemplify teamwork and unite communities.


State proposes another misguided housing plan

For the third straight year, Gov. Kathy Hochul and progressive lawmakers who control Albany are attempting to advance a housing plan that would usurp local zoning laws that were put in place decades ago to protect the health, safety and character of the suburban communities we cherish on Long Island and throughout the state.


The New York ERA will protect our rights

One hundred years have now passed since the original Equal Rights Amendment was first introduced on the federal level. On Nov. 5, we New Yorkers will decide whether to modernize our own state Constitution. Currently, that Constitution protects only against racial and religious discrimination. It does not prohibit discrimination against groups that have been historically targeted, including those with disabilities, LGBTQ people, women and immigrants. This measure lands on the ballot after legislation to push it forward passed both houses of the State Legislature in two successive terms.