Two Brooklyn residents were arrested after being found with a loaded gun and a high capacity magazine in Inwood at 10:35 p.m., on June 30.
In keeping with her mother’s philosophy of informing the world, longtime Woodsburgh resident Sandy Schipper Wolberg published a book about her mother’s experience surviving the Holocaust, “A Soul Beneath the Earth: A Holocaust Memoir of Faith and Resilience,” in June.
Hosting a party with crafts, games and snacks to mark the kickoff of Peninsula Public Library’s Summer Reading Program had its serious side.
Grant Park’s “old playground” — the subject of complaints from community members since 2012 — was demolished in April and the start date for constructing the new playground was this past weekend.
Cooperative Extension of Nassau County and the Nassau County Office for the Aging collaborated to set up a mobile farmer’s market at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence that will be available every Tuesday through October.
Nearly two and half of their four years in high school, Lawrence’s class of 2022 attended school through the coronavirus pandemic that interrupted the usual scholastic rituals of in-person classroom learning, socializing at lunch, taking part in extra curricular activities and the inevitable senioritis.
There were no staggered ceremony times, commencement was not held on the football field, and for the first time in three years Hewlett High School seniors became graduates at the Tilles Center on the LIU campus.
It started with a moment of silence. Then screams. And then it was a furious rage. That was the scene outside the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola on Friday in the hours following the U.S. …
There are more than 15,000 jobs — a record amount — posted on the state labor department’s seasonal job bank in a variety of industries from amusement parks to farms and restaurants and summer camps across every region.
Hometown favorite Glen Cove’s Tom Suozzi lost by a wide margin in his bid to represent Democrats on the ballot for governor, receiving only 12.8 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s …
In the villages of Atlantic Beach, Lawrence, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Bay Park, 15 candidates, five mayors, 11 trustees and two village justices ran unopposed for re-election, retained their board …
A DJ, two bouncy obstacle courses, science experiments by East Meadow-based Mad Science airbrush tattoos, ice popsicles, goodie bags and other games were all part of Hewlett Elementary …
Arlin Aguilera, of West Hempstead, was arraigned June 23 on several charges including aggravated vehicular homicide from the two-vehicle crash on Dec. 11 of last year in Woodmere.