There was a heightened police presence at Wantagh Middle and High School on Tuesday after Wantagh Union Free School District staff received a voicemail that was "threatening in nature."
It was a solemn scene on Sept. 9 at Heroes’ Walk in Wantagh: With candle flames flickering in the wind, residents bowed their heads as the Wantagh American Legion Pipe Band played …
At 10 a.m. on Sept 10, a small group of Wantagh School District parents gathered outside Wantagh High School to protest the district’s mask mandate for students. The 20 or so people who took …
Murray Steinberg’s 99th birthday was a community affair.
In the Wantagh Union Free School district, the new school year began on Sept. 1. Administrators, teachers and Board of Education trustees greeted arriving students at the entrances. Officials set up …
Fitness groups across Long Island – including one from Wantagh – will join in on a socially distanced fitness competition this fall to raise money for cancer research and support local businesses.
In late September 2001, Massapequa resident Tom Condon, then a Seaford High School guidance counselor, was coaching a football game when he was approached by Ken Haskell.
A new group in the early stages of formation could help improve the lives of Nassau County residents with disabilities.
Wantagh High School alumna Katriana Koppe, 18, was selected as a Top 10 finalist in Playbill’s Search for the Star contest earlier this month, where she received a free audition with a casting …
Cutrone, 51 of Bethpage, was a detective in the NYPD’s 90th and 69th Precincts in Brooklyn and the Brooklyn North Narcotics Division.
I can’t stretch out, I can hardy breathe, but even inside this dog carrier, the air is better than the smoke out in Lake Tahoe.
Michele Puckett-Formolo remembers her father as a man who could light up a room. That quality is one of the things she misses most about him, 20 years later, since the light went out on John F. …
I think everyone will concede that the summer went by too quickly. But despite the speed at which two months have passed . . .
When talking with my grandkids about returning to school this fall — to the building, with other kids, not the dining room table — I was reminded of a school day of my own years ago.
The Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pa., set off a cascade of worldwide catastrophes over the subsequent two decades . . .