Franklin Square Munson Fire Department celebrates 100 years of service

Neighbors gathered to celebrate the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department for its dedicated service throughout the community at a parade.

Jonathan Diller’s memory lives on in community garden

It all began with a T-shirt. Twelve-year-old Alana Torregrossa’s idea to honor fallen Officer Jonathan Diller, of the New York City Police Department, has since bloomed into a community garden …

Sewanhaka High will now be known as the home of the Ravens

Sewanhaka High School’s sports teams will now be known as the Ravens.

Remembering service members who made the ultimate sacrifice in Franklin Square

Neighbors throughout Franklin Square and surrounding communities came together to honor military service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice on May 27.

PFY’s gala to recognize LGTBQ+ trailblazers on Long Island

PFY, the organization formerly known as Pride For Youth, is set to host its annual Pride Gala on June 6.


This is the best part: All of summer lies ahead

These are the best days of summer, when everything is possible. Here, pinned to this spot in time, there are no rampaging wildfires, no floods, no hurricanes, no Covid surge, no family feuds. Yup, the dangerous possibilities all lie ahead.


Congestion pricing punishes commuters

In 2019, the Democratic majorities in the State Senate and Assembly passed the well-known Congestion Pricing Plan. At the time, every Long Island Senate Democrat voted in support of the proposal. The …

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.


Hello, Harrison Butker? Women can be heroes, too

Countless trailblazers have incited change, but there is still an overarching prejudice against us. The struggle that we internalize may vary, but I think we can agree that some days, it’s just hard to be a woman.