Equity 4 LI Youth, an organization founded by Patrick Pizzo, the assistant superintendant for business and finance in the East Meadow School District, hosted a panel discussion, in collaboration with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, at the East Meadow Public Library last week, following the screening of the documentary “The Right to Read.”
More than 500 walkers are expected to test their lungs — and help others by defeating lung disease and improving lung health — with the inaugural Lung Force Walk on Long Island.
Last week, East Meadow Public Library patrons were immersed in the world, life and tales of Charles Dickens — the English novelist who created some of today’s best-known works and fictional characters throughout his lifetime.
The College Board announced that East Meadow High School students Amy Munoz and Samantha Muggeo were named as National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars.
Eisenhower Park was a sea of red, white and blue on Sept. 14.
While Mitchell Siegel has no formal training in art and sculpture design, he comes from a long line of handy, talented people.
The East Meadow Fire Department will host its annual Fire Prevention Open House returns on Oct. 15.
A Little Free Library was set up at the Big Chief School in East Meadow on Sept. 15.
Not every child learns the same say. One child may thrive in the classroom, while another might flourish by being active. In the East Meadow School District, students are given the opportunity to …
April 18, 2018, started out as a normal day for Salisbury resident Matthew Weingartner. The then 30-year-old was studying to be an electrician for Local Union 3. One minute he was in class, and the …
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 . . .
A poll conducted by nextLI/Newsday discovered a not-so-puzzling contradiction. A majority of Long Island residents want more local housing options . . .
Jerusalem Memorial Chapels is rethinking the way a funeral home is supposed to look and feel. Jewish-run, Jewish-owned, and Jewish-operated, the funeral service was founded in 2020 by David …