Five Towns Community Center employees, volunteers and neighbors gathered for a meeting on Jan. 25 in the center’s gymnasium with one question on their minds: What’s next?
As they learned two weeks ago that Lawrence Woodmere Academy could be closing, and that its summer camp had already been shut down for the year, alumni of the school took to Facebook to share their memories.
Valley Stream South still has major work to do to earn a spot in the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball postseason tournament, but the Falcons sure looked like a playoff team Friday night at …
Hewlett-Woodmere school district officials said that a student brought a stun gun to open gym basketball on Jan. 20 at Woodmere Middle School.
In a continued effort to promote Holocaust education within schools the National Council of Jewish Women-Peninsula Section hosted a virtual showing of viewing of the documentary ”The Barn.” …
A plea deal that will have the ringleader of a physical attack on Lawrence resident Joey Borgen serving only six months in jail was strongly criticized by Jewish leaders, including Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman.
Five Lawrence High School students aim to continue the school’s DECA Club success at the state competition and earn spots in the international competition.
After years of vacancy, 175 Roger Ave. in Inwood is expected to be transformed into modern warehouse space of 60,000-square-feet by 2024.
The Hewlett-Woodmere school district unveiled an $18.3 million capital project on Jan. 17, with the aim of renovating Hewlett High School and Woodmere Middle School.
Impassioned pleas, stories from lifelong residents, and even questions on what could be done to help. All of this was heard last week at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence in the effort to save this 116-year-old community resource.
Once again, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has left coal in the stockings of Long Island Rail Road commuters.
As I look back on my New Years’ columns over these last many years, I might as well have been writing in disappearing ink. Pretty much nothing I expected came to pass . . .
For decades, gas pipelines and other delivery infrastructure have been a reliable cash cow for utility companies, which recover the costs of building their distribution systems from our utility bills . . .