With early voting getting under way across New York state last Saturday, hundreds of people lined up outside the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club, waiting as long as three hours to cast ballots.
There are many places to have a meal in the Five Towns but to truly have a dining experience a must go-to is 46 Locust. Seaview Caterers at Temple Beth El synagogue in Cedarhurst carved out a restaurant with both inside seating, up to 50 percent of capacity of a 500-person catering hall and 38 outdoor seats.
Shtark Contrast, a Five Towns-based nonprofit theater company, is performing its third play since June, “iMac Beth” on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. over Zoom.
Election Day is a little less than two weeks away, but thanks to a series of reforms passed by the State Legislature in 2019, Nassau County residents can vote before Nov. 3. Starting Saturday, …
Offering a vocal alternative to what its organizers called the “shadow banning” on social media of conservative views, a Freedom Rally brought together roughly 250 supporters of President Trump in a Town of Hempstead parking lot between Irving Place and Neptune Avenue in Woodmere on Sunday. The event was also livestreamed.
For 15 years, Kathleen Rice has worked hard to serve the public, first as the Nassau County District attorney and then as a member of Congress, and she deserves another term representing the 4th Congressional District. Though her opponent, Douglas Tuman, showed a commendable desire to serve in Congress, Rice is the more well-rounded, experienced candidate.
The Ninth State Senate District includes a wide swath of southwestern Nassau County, from the sand in Long Beach to the streets of busy Rockville Centre, as well as portions of Valley Stream, Elmont and the Five Towns.
The Herald endorses State Assemblywoman Judy Griffin in the race for the seat in the 21st District. In her first term, Griffin has been a forceful advocate for her constituents in Albany, …
For the past four years, District 20 Assemblywoman Melissa “Missy” Miller, a Republican, has been in the minority party in the State Assembly, but that hasn’t stopped her from …
The Lawrence School District will resume in-person instruction on Monday after being physically closed since Oct. 9, when the school district fell within the orange zone of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s cluster hotspot initiative. The district returned all students to remote learning.
The Marion & Aaron Gural JCC in Cedarhurst and Hewlett Fire Department will receive funding from the Town of Hempstead as part of the town board voting to approve more than $2.8 …
The children came wearing costumes of their characters or even possible future professions as there were astronauts, cats, firefighters, ghosts, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and many others.
Kevin Mulligan put a golf club into the hands of his daughter, Kacie, and her year older brother, Brian, as youngsters and whether playing golf for business, competitively or recreation the very visible tools of the sport have rarely left their grips.
The National Parent-Teacher Association awarded the Lawrence High School PTA with a $5,000 grant to help meet critical needs of students, families and teachers in the school community that have been …
As part of New York American Water’s fall water quality program flushing of its water distribution system in Cedarhurst and Lawrencewill begin Oct. 26, to clear mineral deposits and sediment that might have built up inside the pipes. The flushing will continue through Nov. 6.
U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks, a Democrat who represents southwest Queens, Elmont, Inwood and north and south Valley Steam, is, barring an unforeseen write-in campaign, guaranteed election.
Food insecurity remains a problem for many during the coronavirus pandemic. To help the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC's Rina Shkolnick Kosher Food Pantry stock needed items a communitywide food drive is being held on Tuesday and Thursday.
During her four terms in the State Assembly, representing the 22nd District, Democrat Michaelle Solages, of Elmont, has been a tireless advocate for working families. She has not only been a constant …