East Meadow: Child found dead after apparent drowning

A 7-year-old was found unresponsive in a pool in East Meadow on July 4, around 3:55 p.m.

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church marks 100 years in East Meadow

The Holy Trinity Orthodox Church of East Meadow was among the first of its kind when it was established in 1924.

Nassau County celebrates Aphasia Awareness Month; Matthew Weingarter honored

Legislator Tom McKevitt partnered with Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman to declare the month of June Aphasia Awareness Month, and honor Matthew Weingartner on June 18.

Century of support: East Meadow Ladies Auxiliary

The Ladies Auxiliary of the East Meadow Fire Department celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 15.

Self-reflections earn East Meadow's Troop 1218 a Silver Award

The girls of East Meadow Girl Scout Troop 1218 asked the same thing, and are aiming to change the way people perceive themselves. Troop 1218 partnered with the Broadway Common in Hicksville and created a “Reflection Wall,” to earn their Silver Award.


I’m running to fight for women’s freedoms

Since Roe was overturned, legislators and governors in more than a dozen states have imposed harsh restrictions and outright bans on abortion. The repercussions have been devastating.


A holiday that we should never take for granted

July Fourth is a holiday that truly deserves to be celebrated by all Americans. The bottom line is that July 4, 1776 began the daring experiment that led to the formation of the greatest nation in the history of the world, which has produced more opportunity and more freedoms for more types of people than ever thought imaginable.