News
241 results total, viewing 1 - 10
A few days after Thanksgiving, a man received a Covid-19 vaccination after waiting outside the Rite Aid in Franklin Square’s Franklin Plaza and asking staff heading home for the night if there were any vaccinations left over from the day’s supply. more
Nassau County officials have created a special legislative task force to combat antisemitism and, immediately after being sworn in, went right to work. Made up of eight legislators … more
Nassau County cemented its relationship with Israel last week, signing an economic and cultural agreement with the Shomron. more
There are certainly some advantages to living on an island — advantages Matt Cohen says Long Island doesn’t exploit enough. Especially when it comes to alternative energy sources like offshore wind. more
People may have to hold onto their hats — and just about anything else — today as the National Weather Service warns a squall of severe thunderstorms are expected to invade. more
The 2022-23 Elmont Union Free School District budget proposed by the Board of Education would introduce full-day pre-kindergarten in all district schools, and include a tax levy decrease of 0.07 percent, which would save the average resident $2.28 next school year, according to the district. more
To Wailin Gonzalez-Caminero, a senior at Elmont Memorial High School, making memories is the most important part of living. The memories of Elmont Memorial High School students and Elmont residents will soon be preserved through a project led by high school students, staff and the Elmont Memorial Library that will detail the life stories of students and community members as recounted in recorded conversations that will be published online through StoryCorps, the National Public Radio (NPR) show that documents shared personal experiences. more
Two men were arrested on May 8 for allegedly attempting to remove the catalytic converters from numerous vehicles in Elmont.  more
Far Rockaway resident Schlomo Schreiber was the first person to cross the finish line of the 48 more
Residents and community leaders have continued to voice strong opposition to a proposed three-story storage facility that would be constructed behind Valley Caterers in Franklin Square, while a representative for the applicant is standing behind its construction. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 25 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 91 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.