A home on Seawane Drive in the Village of Hewlett Harbor along with residences on the North Shore were the targets of what Nassau police is a burglary pattern over the last three months that saw three people arrested in January as part of a Chilean crime ring.
In these days of instantaneous digital communication, American Legion post commanders from across Nassau County said that word of mouth is the most effective method to get more military veterans involved in the organization.
While Nassau County has passed legislation to cut down on the sale of electronic cigarettes, school districts are still trying to find the best methods to discourage students from vaping.
A Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals hearing for a proposed five-story building at the intersection of Bayview Avenue and Russell Place in Inwood was adjourned to April 29.
While Town of Hempstead community research assistant Scott Cushing discussed the town’s visions for the future at a Lawrence Association meeting, attendees expressed their frustrations with projects in the Five Towns area such as the Woodmere Club and the potential transit oriented development in Inwood and North Lawrence.
A scholarship fund established nearly 11 years ago in memory of a brother and son has flourished into a fundraising foundation that helps to support the educational needs of students in need.
The Village of Lawrence board of trustees meeting agenda on Feb. 13 was chock full of items, 17 in all, but more than likely none more important that the scheduling of a Wednesday, March 26 meeting at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club at 8 p.m. on deciding how to use the vacant sewage treatment plant.
From the completion of a new Torah that was dedicated in the memory of Yossi Fried at the Fried residence on Church Avenue to the procession that moved the Torah to Congregation Bais Tefilah on Edward Avenue, the Feb. 9 event was a celebration.
Repeating its opposition to a Raymour & Flanigan warehouse receiving a 10-year PILOT plan from the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency, the Lawrence School District Board of Education voted on Feb. 3 to oppose the 20-year plan requested by JFK Logistics Center LLC.
One man died when his 2005 Mercury Sable struck a 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan near the intersection of Lafayette Drive and Peninsula Boulevard in Woodmere at 6:55 a.m. on Feb. 21, Nassau police said.
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Fathers and daughters danced, snacked and spent two hours together at the annual Ogden Elementary School dance PTA fundraiser.
Every day, across the world, students wake up and go to school to learn.
The Chabad of Hewlett hosted Rabbi Eliyahu Rosenberg, a distinguished rabbinical leader from Guangzhou, China, on Feb. 11.
Hewlett Elementary School students — second- to fifth-graders- showed off their artwork at the two-hour Feb. 12 art show.
“Hello I’m new here, and I’d like to play. Maybe now, maybe later or even all day.”
The ReStyle team from Hewlett High School — Aiden Blumenstein, Anna Bromfeld, Theo Franks, Andrew Gelman, Brandon Lake and Aaron Mindell — on Jan. 9 advanced to the championship round of the Long Island Trade Fair and Business Plan Competition.
Valley Stream-based State Farm agent Nicole Eliopoulos will donate $10 to Cedarhurst-based Rock and Wrap It Up! for every quote she gives through April.
The Woodmere Fire Department held its annual installation dinner and County Legislature Denise Ford (R-Long Beach) and Town of Hempstead Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, both represent a portion of the Five Towns, were on hand.
More than 300 professionals in the real estate industry met at the Brooklyn Expo Center to support Jewish Education Program/Nageela at its fifth annual networking event on Feb. 4 and awarded the first-ever Mark Ramer Award to the Ramer and Saperstein families.
The Inwood Fire Department is out in its community training and physically learning the landscape.
The Hewlett-Woodmere School District is investigating an anti-Semitic incident that reportedly occurred at an event involving the Woodmere Middle School robotics team.