The Nassau County Police Department is trying to do its part to spread a little joy to children in Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas — the sites of two of the worst mass shootings in the country this year.
Guitarist Richard Adams has played with big names.
Even as Nassau County grows increasingly urban, there are fragments of Long Island’s beautiful nature that remain, if one knows where to look.
Tom O'Leary taught and coached at Wantagh for 34 years.
As the academic year draws to a close, the Seaford School District is preparing to say goodbye to Deputy Superintendent John Striffolino.
A year ago, Ramy Latif helped save a woman's life.
Throughout the summer, the Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center – located at 150 Bay Parkway – hosts a number of events throughout the summer which are intended to be both fun and informative for the local communities.
One man has died and another remains hospitalized after an early-morning Father's Day car accident in Seaford.
This month, MacArthur High School in Levittown will be saying goodbye to its senior class of 2022, and graduating at the top of this class are Valedictorian Summer Looney and Salutatorian Anna Conway.
South Side boys’ lacrosse will live to see another day, as the Cyclones have advanced to the Nassau County Class C finals by beating Seaford in last Friday’s semifinal, 13-10. It has …
Seaford High School junior James Toscano won’t need an app to describe how he’s feeling after recently winning a prestigious contest sponsored by none other than the United States Congress.
Last Saturday, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation hosted a cleanup at Mill Pond Preserve, off Merrick Road in Wantagh.
One man is dead and a Seaford resident is charged with manslaughter in the fatal accident that happened in Wantagh on June 4 at 12:30 a.m., Nassau police said.
Seaford High School will hold its graduation this month, and leading the class of 2022 are two stellar scholars, Valedictorian Jack Pidherney and Salutatorian Rayann Ramoutar.
Every two seconds, according to the American Red Cross, someone somewhere in the United States needs blood.
Since it opened in 1959, SUNY Nassau has often been described as the jewel of Nassau County and the New York state community college system.
Relatives of the Uvalde, Texas, schoolchildren were taken to a “reunification” center after the gunman did his work. That struck me — the word reunification.
A week ago, I had a chance to spend a delightful afternoon with my 2½-year-old granddaughter Logan. Logan was fortunate that during the Covid confinemen . . .