Bingo, a new kosher outlet in Inwood

The rumors turned out to be true as the discount kosher wholesaler Bingo is coming to Inwood as Bingo Wholesale has leased the 61,669-square—foot space in the Burnside Commons shopping plaza on Burnside Avenue that was occupied by Stop & Shop.

Task force to explore antisemitism surge

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 …

Creating art, making friends at the Five Towns Community Center

As music streamed from an iPad several Lawrence Middle School students and a few from the area private schools worked on coloring a 20’ x 8’ mural on a wall in one of the two rooms that …

Nassau County executive champions partnership with West Bank

Nassau County cemented its relationship with Israel last week, signing an economic and cultural agreement with the Shomron.

Police arrest two in Inwood for gun possession

Multiple gunshots in the area of Bayview and Walcott avenues in Inwood at 12:30 a.m., on May 16 drew the attention of two officers from the Nassau County Police Department’s Bureau of Special Operation conducting crime prevention enforcement in the Five Towns.

Gural JCC in Lawrence received email bomb threat, Nassau police investigating

The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC confirmed in an email that the organization received a bomb threat by email to its general JCC email box in the afternoon of May 154.

North Lawrence man charged with attempted murder

Nassau County police arrested a North Lawrence man on May 13 for the attempted murder of two women in a house on Caryl Drive.


Another tragedy, and no hope on the horizon

Celestine Chaney, 65. Roberta Drury, 32. Andre Mackneil, 53. Katherine Massey, 72. Margus Morrison, 52. Heyward Patterson, 67. Geraldine Talley, 62. Ruth Whitfield, 86. Pearl Young, 77. And then there was Aaron Salter . . .

Randi Kreiss

A Memorial Day like no other in our lives

The things we carry to this Memorial Day, 2022, are freighted with more recent events than past battles. On the last Monday in May, we look back . . .


Must a girl in STEM be a ‘girl in STEM’?

Every weekday at 10:06 a.m., I walk into my high school engineering class and take a seat among my peers. I spend the period learning the same material as my classmates . . .

Jerry Kremer

In the governor’s race, Suozzi is stuck on first base

In just under six weeks, New York state voters will get a chance to select the candidates for governor and State Assembly. With no disrespect to that branch of the Legislature . . .