Wantagh High School’s cheerleading team has earned a bid to the national cheerleading competition in Florida later this month.
From robotics to engineering and coding, elementary schools in Wantagh are finding innovative new ways to get students engaged in learning through STEAM classes.
New York City police officer Anthony Dwyer, of Elmont, had a whole life ahead of him cut short when burglary suspect Eddie Matos pushed him off a roof and down an airshaft in 1989.
King Singh, a nine-year-old, was born with a rare blood disease called glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase deficiency, also known as G6PD.
Nassau County may have illegally declared a state of emergency for cybersecurity — a declaration that was not even known until revealed in a letter to a reporter by a county official. Deputy …
The MacArthur girls’ basketball team is in line for a possible repeat conference title powered by strong depth and chemistry. The Generals (13-3) closed the month of January riding an eight …
At Seaford Middle School, the day isn’t over when the dismissal bell rings.
The Wantagh-Seaford area is home to some of Nassau County’s premiere freshwater fishing spots.
A Wantagh Fire Department medic alleges that ex-chief Kenneth Kelly and Engine 7 captain Josef Seier sexually assaulted her at a birthday party that took place at the firehouse last year, according to a lawsuit filed on Jan. 12.
Hewlett High School alumnus Alan Zweibel has come a long way since writing jokes for $7 apiece for the Catskill Comics.
I’ll bet very few readers remember television shows like “Dr. Kildare” and “Marcus Welby,” which featured physicians who made house calls and performed miracles of all kinds.
You can believe the hype. Last week, a boutique grocery on Manhattan’s Upper East Side was selling eggs for $17.99 a dozen.
It was like having security cameras in every room of a house but one. That’s how Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone described to reporters the decentralized, hodgepodge security infrastructure of the county’s computer network . . .
Earlier this month I had the privilege of speaking at the ceremonial swearing-in of newly elected U.S. Rep. Anthony D’Esposito.