Students rock Socktober with 766 pairs of socks

The student council at George Washington School in West Hempstead collected 766 pairs of socks to donate to local shelters for their Socktober event.

Malverne Civil War veteran remembered

This Veterans Day, one of Malverne’s own who was a Civil War veteran is receiving the recognition he deserves — nearly a century after his death. Members of Moses A. Baldwin Camp No. …

Malverne rings in Halloween with a bang

Malverne was abuzz with Halloween spirit last weekend as numerous activities and celebrated were hosted by the village of Malverne  itself, the chamber of commerce, and other local businesses. …

What to do about Woodfield Road?

Tensions ran high at a special town meeting in West Hempstead on Thursday, as community members gathered with elected officials and Nassau County police to determine the next steps in addressing …


Updated election night results from around Nassau County

It's election night across the country has hundreds of thousands of voters take to the polls to choose who will represent them on the local, state and national level beginning next year.

Abortion looms large at Gillibrand town hall

It’s been nearly four months since the U.S. Supreme Court essentially overturned Roe v. Wade, leaving the decision on whether to allow abortions back to the states. Yet, women’s …


We bumped a meteor off course, so is the danger over?

One of the most popular movies about the apocalyptic notion of a giant meteor striking Earth and destroying civilization was “Deep Impact,” a 1998 disaster film . . .

Randi Kreiss

America’s mayhem is playing on the world stage

If you know American history, or you remember it, “The whole world is watching!” is the unforgettable chant shouted by thousands of young Vietnam War protesters as they were tear-gassed and beaten with clubs . . .

Jerry Kremer

Of course 2024 will be on this year’s ballot

Most elections are about the current candidates, who are seeking a variety of offices all over America. This one, however, will be the equivalent of two elections . . .


Thank a crossing guard near you

They work outside in rain, sleet and snow, keeping our most precious commodity — our children — safe.