Cher. With just one word, a vivid picture comes to mind. Known as the “Goddess of Pop,” Cher is an entertainment icon.
Liberty Utilities held a town meeting on Nov. 14, at the Bellmore Memorial Library, to listen and respond to customer concerns, which have been on the rise. The company is currently seeking a rate increase from the state Public Service Commission, according to a notice filed on May 5.
In a festive opening ceremony last week fit for the holiday season, Nassau County officially welcomed the LuminoCity Festival back to Eisenhower Park for its second year.
Julianna’s Works of HeART, a charity founded by 11-year-old Julianna Tand, held its second annual charity paint night on Nov. 3, raising over $7,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
At Martin Avenue Elementary School, flags waved high in the hands of students in honor of veterans on Nov. 13 following Veterans Day.
Members of local communities gathered in solidarity with Israel last week, impassioned and tearful as they delivered messages of hope and unity.
October is domestic violence awareness month, and state senators in Nassau County teamed up to host an informative program last week with The Safe Center LI.
The annual fall festival in Merrick was back with a bang this year, as hundreds took to Merrick Avenue to enjoy the sites, smells and fun of the beloved fair.
New York City is home to many famous landmarks and attractions, but what people associate with New York today is the migrant crisis, a growing and complex problem with statewide consequences.
Try not to consume the horrific war news out of Israel with your family dinner.
Nearly one in every eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetimes. This year, according to the American Cancer Society . . .