A cemetery that dates to the 18th century will have a historic marker containing a map of the graves surrounding St. George’s Episcopal Church will be unveiled on Sunday.
Now that the Nassau County Legislature has approved the transfer of the Hub lease to Las Vegas Sands, Uniondale organizations and residents are assessing the potential impact, especially if New York state approves a casino license for the planned integrated resort.
Residents from several Nassau County communities protested the proposed $4 billion casino and entertainment resort to be built by Las Vegas Sands on the 72-acre Nassau Hub area.
Meaningful connections between students and mentors were celebrated during the Nassau County Bar Association Mentor Program luncheon wrapping up the 26th year of the program that helps local elementary and middle school students.
Enforcement and Removal Operations New York City apprehended 10 people in the United States illegally, including a 37-year-old Uniondale man, have been deported, federal government officials said.
Hundreds of Uniondale residents gathered along Uniondale Avenue on Monday for the town’s annual Memorial Day Parade and ceremony, paying tribute to those who gave their life in service to the …
Tempers flared on Monday evening as the Republican-led Nassau County Legislature voted 17-1 to approve the transfer of the Nassau Coliseum lease to Las Vegas Sands, advancing a $4 billion plan to …
The meeting of the Memorial Day Parade committee at Uniondale Fire Department headquarters on Monday proceeded with a quiet, intense fellowship among the organizers. “I’m asking all the …
Memory loss is common as we get older. Going to the grocery store and forgetting what you went there for. Trying to remember the name of an actor . . .
As a legislator who served during the height of corruption in Nassau County, I know firsthand how important it is to have mechanisms in place to protect taxpayer money from the pitfalls of waste and fraud.
Of course, we must have a summer to take up the subject of summer reading. Which reminds me of a great book about Krakatoa . . .
Long Islanders have all kinds of non-romantic love affairs. They love their school boards, their teachers and their garbage collectors, and they even show some love for . . .