Las Vegas Sands puts First Tee golfers in the front row for LPGA tournament

Young Long Island golfers and their families watched Nelly Korda’s one-stroke victory over Hannah Green during last month’s Mizuho Americas Open up close and personal.

Nassau aims to codify ban on biological males from women’s sports on county facilities

Nassau County aims to codify law banning biological males from women’s sports.

Fixing Hempstead’s water will cost $55 million

To combat the high levels of what is called 1,4 dioxane — a byproduct of such consumer products as soap and detergent — a $55 million facility will need to be built in the Village of Hempstead. The village will need to borrow $50 million.

Drum roll please: Uniondale unveils its new field of dreams

Uniondale High School showed off its brand new multi-purpose artificial turf field complete with a new track.

Nassau police visit Northern Parkway school

Nassau County Police Department personnel that came to Northern Parkway Elementary School on May 28.

Herald Editorial

We are all champions

Nassau County, renowned for its championship teams and historic sporting events, truly shines through its young school athletes who exemplify teamwork and unite communities.


For neighborhoods of color, local media offer hope

I covered historic Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 despite Covid-19 risks, capturing a viral moment of hope amid global turmoil. Four years later, I reflect on the impact of community journalism on social change and media representation.


Some advice Joe Biden badly needs

Voters will decide the 2024 election in five months, with Biden's campaign focusing on economic issues and countering misinformation to secure re-election.


Who knows which way this presidential race is headed?

The 2024 presidential race is unprecedented, with Biden and Trump leading amid unique challenges. Early debates and fluctuating poll numbers highlight the campaign's unpredictability.