Where do balloons go when they’re released into the sky? Cynthia Seibold had that same question.
North Bellmore School District taxpayers are one week away from a special vote in which they will decide the fate of a bond that could bring extensive renovations to each of the district’s six school buildings.
For over 22 years, Lauren Budd has been helping children overcome barriers — whether they be speech, eating or other sensory-related conditions.
By all accounts, Paul Laursen had an infectious laugh that everyone around town knew. Whether you saw him at a civic association, historical society, Chamber of Commerce or Kiwanis meeting, he was always smiling, laughing, and sitting front and center in the audience.
Calhoun left little doubt as to which high school girls’ volleyball team is the best in New York State. After dominating Saturday’s four-team pool play, the Colts completed an …
When John Dziedzic — better known as Jack — joined the Merrick Fire Department’s Hook & Ladder Company No. 1 in 1972, he likely didn’t realize how quickly 50 years would go by.
Wellington C. Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District hosted a stairway climb on Nov. 10 in honor and remembrance of lives lost and first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.
Food is universal. It alters depending on where you travel around the world, but all food has a shared purpose. It is to be simply eaten and enjoyed.
Sue Moller wasn’t always a runner. The 43-year-old North Merrick native, a guidance counselor at Lynbrook High School, admittedly hated running. She dreaded having to run a mile in high school, and for most of her adult life, that attitude prevailed.
Once upon a time, there was a group known as the Long Island Nine. They were the nine Republican state senators . . .
Can we settle in and be real? No, not everyone is having a better time than you. No, you aren’t the only one who wishes you’d passed on the second slice of coconut custard pie.
There are very few people left who can answer the question, “Where were you when Pearl Harbor was bombed?”
Hearings are getting under way on a proposal to socialize energy on Long Island. It would make the Long Island Power Authority the region’s sole entity responsible for keeping our lights on.