Strap on the parachute. Clip into the chair and secure the harnesses. Headset, check. Canopy, check. Safety, check.
On a recent Friday at 2:30 p.m., a Harley Davidson rumbled up Freeport’s famed Nautical Mile, a.k.a. Woodcleft Avenue, followed soon after by a very expensive, very red Italian sports car, revving its engine. Couples strolled up and down the street in search of the perfect bar or restaurant to spend an 85-degree evening. Already the outdoor eateries, with their umbrella-shaded tables, had begun to fill up.
It was the Long Island Class III championship — the biggest football stage of Paul Magloire Jr.’s life. Even then, the high school senior showed the type of grit, determination and smarts that eventually led him to a shot at an NFL career.
Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos, who is running for county executive as a Democrat, introduced Ama Yawson, of Freeport, on Wednesday as the candidate he would like to see take his place as comptroller.
When Malverne resident Jimmy Pannullo isn’t busy running his construction business, E&F Contracting — a Franklin Square-based company — he is working to make a better life for sick children.
Sunday was a day to welcome outsiders to Sea Cliff. It was time for the Sea Cliff Landmarks Association House Tour, a popular event that is not offered annually, perhaps due to the extensive planning …
Village of Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy stood before a set of three maps in the Village Hall boardroom on Tuesday morning, reviewing a proposal that, he said, could save Nassau County from the next great flood.
It was the last day of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus’s final performance at Nassau Coliseum and Malvernite John Di Leonardo was on the sidewalk in front of the Coliseum, yelling into a megaphone.
Closing arguments were heard on May 22 at the final hearing of Lisa Weitzman, a former Long Beach Middle School teacher accused of abusing five of her special education students between 2009 and …
While local lawmakers are working to return the Green Acres Mall to the county tax rolls for the upcoming school year, the mall’s ownership is pursuing legal options to do just the opposite, in the wake of the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency’s abrupt April 27 decision to revoke the mall’s tax breaks due to a lack of job creation just two years after it granted them.
If you chat with folks who have lived in Nassau County for 50 or 60 years, they can recall a time when children could — and often did — ride their bicycles from the North Shore to the South Shore.
Dear John McCain, As Americans celebrate Memorial Day, we remember our debt to you. Many of us know that during the Vietnam War, you served not just with distinction . . .
The urgent is keeping America from the important. The media-induced urgency of covering what the Russians did or didn’t do to our democracy is allowing us to lose sight of . . .