Yeshiva honors longtime security head with memorial

Yeshiva Darchei Torah commemorates Everett Fortune, their beloved head of security for over 30 years, known for his dedication and warmth towards the school community.

Peninsula Public Library launches bike-lending program in July

New bike-lending initiative aims to enhance local transportation options.

Five Towns Community Center faces uncertain future after county takeover

Explore the closure of the Five Towns Community Center and the community's uncertain future amidst county control.

Town board considers rescinding transit-oriented development plan in Inwood and North Lawrence

Hempstead Town Board reviews public feedback and initiates a 30-day comment period on potential rescinding of transit-oriented development plans for Inwood and North Lawrence.

Chocolatier spreads sweetness from Cedarhurst to Israel

Chanie Koenig shares her passion for chocolate and community, from Le Chocolat in Cedarhurst to her own venture, Cacao Hagalil, in Northern Israel.

Editorial

The key to safe swimming? Paying attention.

Swimming pools are supposed to be places of joy, not tragedy. They offer respite from the summer heat, host family gatherings and are a place for those of all ages to play and exercise — but they also present significant potential dangers, especially for younger children and inexperienced swimmers.

Columnist

America is at a critical juncture — our last stand

As we gathered to celebrate the Fourth of July, we reflected on the remarkable journey that has shaped the United States into the beacon of freedom and justice it is today.

Columnist

Cars, vintage and new, test the young and old

No one, young or old, should get behind the wheel of an automobile unless they know how to start, stop, turn on the lights, and put it in park. Also, if the car is older than 10, mind the handbrake. And never, ever get your emergency driving tips from Instagram.

Columnist

NUMC is on the road to financial recovery

The treatment is working. For the past year, the leadership of Long Island’s largest safety-net hospital has buckled down to demonstrate that this beacon of hope for so many residents can survive, and thrive.