John and Danielle Garren have proven that true love is much stronger than even a pandemic and global shut down. Covid-19 struck a week before their scheduled wedding, but that did not stop them …
Shauna Le Claire/Herald photos The purpose of Memorial Day is to honor those who died in uniform serving America. Those who did would be proud to see 4-year-old Makena Bishop being her …
Herald photos/Shauna Le Claire The Village of Lynbrook held its annual Memorial Day parade Monday to commemorate those who died in uniform serving the United States.
Cynthia Lark was named by the Eat Rockaway school board of education as the May 2023 Hometown Hero Award honoree. Lark is an East Rockaway village leader, library board trustee and parent who …
Nearly one in five — or 23 million — U.S. households got a new furry friend during the Covid pandemic, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. While …
Record-breaking temperatures this April have signaled an early start to pool season. While water fun is a summer ritual, it can also lead to avoidable calamity when children are left unattended …
Taxes in the Village of Lynbrook are proposed to rise 3.35 percent after the mayor and board of trustees met on March 27 to review the proposed 2023-24 budget.
Competition can bring out the best in people. Even a friendly rivalry can provide inspiration to achieve.
As the April 1 deadline for adoption of the New York State budget passed, a top issue of debate remains Governor Hochul’s Housing Compact. Emphasizing the strain this proposal would have on local infrastructure, emergency services and the environment, Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin, North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jen DeSena and Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino stood with local utility leaders, environmental preservationists and first responders in front of the Albertson Water District HQ to make a final push against the governor’s Housing Compact.
The impact on the environment from Nassau County’s 1.39 million residents is significant.
In many corners of the world today, instability and democratic backsliding reign supreme. We see this phenomenon playing out as Russia continues its malicious invasion of Ukraine . . .
The Memorial Day acai bowl just will not work. Neither do I want to see a tofu hot dog or an Impossible Burger vegging out at my table.
The ongoing influx of undocumented immigrants into New York City now threatens not just to overwhelm the city, but to spread into the suburbs . . .
So you’re looking for a way to give back to your community? Maybe burnish your resume for a future run for public office? Look no further than your local education board.