Charlie Goldberg may be best known around town for being the “on-air extraordinaire” of Charlie Goldberg Live, a media network he created while a student at Sanford H. Calhoun High.
Art has always been a passion for Joseph Solorzano-Ruiz.
The community gathered on May 19, to celebrate Lag BaOmer at the Chabad Center for Jewish Life, also referred to as the Chabad of Merrick-Bellmore-Wantagh.
A drive past the Harold D. Fayette School on Merrick Avenue in North Merrick will leave residents in awe over the large, beautiful field of American flags completely covering the front school yard.
One of Bellmore’s go-to spots for live music, KJ Farrells, closed on May 14, due to hardships faced amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gathering for an in-person dinner for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Merrick Chamber of Commerce installed its leaders last week at the Chateau Briand in Carle Place.
Renovations at the Newbridge Road Park playground by the Town of Hempstead are underway.
Following an eight-month-long stretch without a leader, St. Francis Episcopal Church welcomed the Rev. Grace Flint to its ministry on April 1.
Community members young and old gathered at St. Francis Episcopal Church in North Bellmore last Saturday for a day full of events in honor of Earth Day.
There was no better place to celebrate Earth Day, and honor young artists from across the Town of Hempstead, then Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve.
Whether you knew it or not, there are many types of football games. According to Wikipedia, the roster includes Jorkyball, cycle-ball, football tennis . . .
I’m afraid if you didn’t cut your hair in March, potty train your 2-year-old, castrate your farm animals, quit smoking or get married, you probably missed the optimal moment for such events.
Things we don’t want in our backyards: incinerators, releasing toxic fumes in the air. Nightclubs, with late-night rooftop music. Prisons, with their high walls and guarded towers.
Amid new reports of almost half a million New Yorkers struggling to catch up with their electricity bills, Con Edison’s decision to request further increases of up to 20 percent from state regulators is a slap in the face.