Sean and Bobby, ages 24 and 17, argued about money in the car. Sean was driving. Their argument intensified. At one point, Sean locked the doors from the driver’s side so Bobby couldn’t leave the car.
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman, who took office Monday, signed executive orders Thursday morning directing local boards of education to vote in January on whether their districts should mandate mask use, while also lifting the mask mandate for all county agencies and the state's temporary mask mandate in public places.
When the Covid-19 pandemic shut down businesses and schools in March 2020, a new phrase passed into common use: essential worker. The term referred particularly to employees whose jobs were essential to societal function and could not be accomplished remotely, like those in health care, food production, and sanitization. But when employees in these sectors went to work, what happened to their young children?
Town of Hempstead officials began their new term Jan. 4 at Town Hall. During the nearly two-hour inauguration, Supervisor Don Clavin, Town Clerk Kate Murray, Senior Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, and …
The Hempstead High School production of “Clue” this past weekend truly was funny, and very well done.
On Monday, Sept. 27, Mayor Waylyn Hobbs, Jr., Executive Assistant Dr. Sedgwick Easley, and Deputy Village Clerk Samantha Fountain accompanied a group of Hempstead students and teachers on a sunny outing at Glen Head Country Club in Glen Cove. The occasion was the Victor Green Celebrity Golf Tournament.
Kimberly Style cut a red ribbon tied to the front porch pillars of her new home, 68 Webb Avenue in Hempstead at a news conference on April 14. Seven years before, Style and her two children, …
President Biden’s proposed $2 trillion infrastructure plan is remarkable for its ambition and breadth and for taking significant steps to address historic racial inequities. The president deserves great credit . . .
Bruce Blakeman’s first public act as Nassau County executive-elect, in the second week of December, was one of rebellion.
We’re about to lose one of the most significant advances in health care made over the past decade, unless Congress takes immediate action.
"Dear Ms. Kreiss: I read your article in the Herald about your friends’ son who needs a kidney . . .
The war on local school boards, teaching and history is escalating as conservative activists and Republican politicians prepare for the 2022 congressional midterm elections.