Relay For Life returns to Hofstra University

For the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the popular cancer awareness walk Relay For Life comes back to Hofstra University, looking to raise money — and ultimately defeat …

AARP helps take a stand against fraud

Being a victim of identity theft is just the beginning. Resolving it can be a stressful and lengthy process, and according to a pair of experts from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, it’s always …

County police swear in first Muslim chaplain

It was a historic moment for the Nassau County Police Department. For the first time in the department’s nearly 100-year history, a Muslim was sworn in as chaplain, set to provide emotional, moral …

Where will be able to watch Memorial Day parades? Find out here!

Memorial Day is a solemn occasion to honor and respect men and women who sacrificed their life while serving in the U.S. military. It is an annual tradition in communities across the country, and …


How they avoid saying the dirtiest word

In politics, the word “tax” is dirtier than the most graphic four-letter words you can think of. Any politician who plans to last in office longer than his loafers knows that you only say “tax” . . .


Is fossil fuel-generated energy gone with the wind?

Island Park doesn’t generate daily headlines — and residents like it that way. This historic community is best known . . .

Randi Kreiss

Books are an exception to the lending rule

In “Hamlet,” Polonius said to Laertes, “Neither a borrower nor a lender be . . ."

Jerry Kremer

Something’s going wrong in Florida

I can’t help writing about the state of Florida, because it seems more detached from America than any of the other 49 states.