Sometimes, when a team falls just short of its ultimate goal, fear can start to sink in that that its window of opportunity might be closing. But with coaches Paul Gillespie and Ray Hanley at the helm, and with Anthony and Joe Clem and Jesse Vanorden returning next season, Wantagh High School’s wrestling team has no such concern.
Seaford Middle School’s drama club will roll out the red carpet for its annual school play — with the much-anticipated performance of “The Little Mermaid Jr.” — on March 31 and April 1.
The biggest St. Patrick’s Day parade on Long Island is this weekend, and will be led by a very proud Irish-American — Michael Dunphy.
Kerri Scanlon, the executive director of Glen Cove Hospital, shares her experiences in nursing, and offers advice for women getting into health care.
It’s been a little more than a year since Bruce Blakeman officially took office as Nassau County executive. Since then, how much has life improved for the nearly 1.4 million people living under his administration?
Wantagh High School students are setting a gold standard for helping others, and two seniors were recently rewarded with the Girl Scouts’ highest honor.
Michael Giangregorio has spent years working with local politicians on improving the lives of families affected by autism. Now he will get the chance to continue this work — and improve the lives of all of his constituents — as Nassau County’s newest legislator.
Those of us who enjoy getting off of Long Island and enjoying the beautiful nature upstate are going to have to wait a little bit longer before we can potentially see a wild cougar.
No one has given me a riddle to consider for a long time. But I can think of one. What’s the difference between U.S. Rep. George Santos and Fox News?
Don’t believe me. Don’t believe the National Weather Service. But come hell or high water (and both are coming!), you better believe the Farmers’ Almanac.
St. Patrick’s “Day” is actually several weeks of events commemorating Irish culture and traditions and Irish-America’s contributions to the American mosaic.
Governor Kathy Hochul has a vision for Long Island: high density high-rises, never-ending traffic and overcrowded schools. After all, why wouldn’t suburban homeowners want their neighborhoods …