BREAKING NEWS: At least 10 Wantagh, Levittown residents ill with Legionellosis amid statewide outbreak

Novice driver crashes vehicle into East Broadway Elementary School, no injuries reported

A young driver crashed an SUV into to East Broadway Elementary School on Wednesday night, a representative from Nassau County Police Department's Public Information Office said.

Agriculture, marketing at the root of new program

Beginning this season, special needs students from across Long Island will harvest crops at the Nassau BOCES Rosemary Kennedy School in Wantagh to feed senior citizens and food insecure families in …

After fighting autoimmune disease, Seaford man seeks a kidney donor

Feb. 28 started out as a normal Sunday morning for Seaford resident Tyler Donohue and his family. His parents, Peter and Katherine, were preparing for a vacation in Connecticut the following weekend, …

South Shore rock band with Seaford singer comes together

“Close your eyes and I’ll kiss you/Tomorrow I’ll miss you/Remember I’ll always be true.” The famous lyrics of the Beatles’ 1963 hit “All My …

Fall festivities help Forest City thrive

Forest City Community Park in Wantagh hosted over 30 vendors, live music and children’s activities on Saturday during the Forest City Community Association’s annual outdoor fall …

Jerry Kremer

A wake-up call to voters

October is a unique month. It’s the time for apple picking, watching the trees change color and, if the weather permits, taking long car trips to interesting places. It’s also the time for candidates for public office . . .

Randi Kreiss

Really, what’s up with the whole world?

Have you noticed that the seams don’t meet the right way and the doorjamb is wobbly? Our house is unstable. The beams of this great edifice called America are slightly off plumb in a number of disturbing ways.


Lessons learned during Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanics are Nassau County’s fastest-growing ethnic population, County Executive Laura Curran noted in mid-September, the start of Hispanic Heritage Month . . .