“Why don’t we gather up closer?” Rabbi Elliott Skiddell told a crowd of more than 100 that surrounded the stairs outside Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth on Thursday evening. “We can love one another a little bit more.”
In the wake of the New York Public Service Commission’s May 19 approval of New York American Water’s $3.63 million rate increase, an outpouring of opposition has come from the utility’s ratepayers.
Federal prosecutors have subpoenaed the patient files of a Glen Cove man who died of a fentanyl overdose in 2009, as they pursue a criminal case against the Merrick doctor who prescribed him painkillers.
Three Democrats challenging two incumbents in this year’s City Council race fought back this week against allegations that hundreds of signatures they gathered to qualify for a primary next month …
She pedaled through 14 states, got two flat tires, fell three times, and ate countless meals in Dollar General parking lots. She braved hills, 110-degree heat and relentless winds. But Malvernite Sarah O’Connor, who has been riding a bike across the country to raise money for the Interfaith Nutrition Network, said she arrived in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday, and that the accomplishment was well worth the effort.
Masjid Hamza, in Valley Stream, along with hundreds of mosques across the country, will open its doors to the community this weekend in an effort to break social barriers and have an honest discussion about Islam.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation today that will rename a section of the Southern State Parkway in honor of fallen NYPD Det. Steven McDonald.
Grand Avenue Middle School took on the look of both a farm and yoga studio during a goat yoga session that was part of Bellmore-Merrick’s inaugural Bridge Program.
There is a Bible on display in a glass case in Oyster Bay’s Raynham Hall Museum, once the home of Robert Townsend, a spy for Gen. George Washington. The King James Version dates back to 1771, …
Karen Siler, 54, of Seaford, sa she felt like she met her 26-year-old son, Ryan, for the first time in 2015. Ryan is autistic, his mother explained, and his biggest challenge is expressive …
Exclusive: Living TreasuresPart three of a seriesIrma Berkley gazed out the second-floor window of the Glen Cove Senior Center at the bustling Monday-morning traffic on Glen Street. She thought about …
Consider the White House. Never have so many arrogant, egocentric and narcissistic personalities gathered under one tent. In a world where some of our most admired and inspirational leaders have also been the most humble . . .
Let’s imagine our house on fire. What’s the first thing we’d want to do? Put it out! Try to save it to be repaired and reoccupied. But too often these days . . .