Two men were arrested after a routine traffic stop turned into an attack on two Nassau County police officers on Friday afternoon in Baldwin, according to police.
Mark Treske, former assistant editor of the Freeport Baldwin Leader and the Wantagh Seaford Citizen, died at his home in Valley Stream on Nov. 8 after a battle with cancer. He was 59.
Although the bus drivers and matrons of Transport Workers Union Local 252 on Thursday morning continued their strike against Baumann Bus Company that began on Nov. 6, the union announced that it would provide bus service to schools in the affected districts.
Nassau County police have made an arrest related to the murder of a Roosevelt teenager whose remains were discovered in late October in a wooded area off the Southern State Parkway.
Alcohol, lederhosen, and links, oh my! These were just some of the ingredients that made last weekend’s event at the Baldwin Community Garden a crowd-drawing success. On Oct. 7, the Baldwin Civic Association introduced a new autumnal tradition in the gardens behind the Historical Society, celebrating some of the well-known aspects of German culture: Oktoberfest.
Police found human remains in a wooded area along the Baldwin-Roosevelt border, a spokesman from the Nassau County Police Department’s First Precinct said on Friday.
To raise awareness and support for public schools, the Baldwin School District has launched the “I Love Baldwin Public Schools” campaign, a subset of the national American Association of School Administrators’ (AASA) “I Love Public Education” campaign, which was introduced this summer.
Last week, hundreds of Baldwinites came to enjoy the First Aid Company’s annual Carnival. The five-day event lasted from Wednesday to Sunday, and featured food, games, prizes, rides and more.
Schools opened their doors this week for thousands of children across Long Island as the 2017-18 school year began. Baldwin Schools kicked-off their first day with a new campaign, “I Love Baldwin Public Schools” – a spinoff of the national campaign “I Love Public Education” that was introduced this summer by the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
Baldwin’s Long Island Rail Road station has undergone several repairs in recent years, with more renovations slated to come, but one issue that has plagued the station for years is yet to be addressed: Local residents and commuters say they leave their bikes locked up on the racks during the day only to have them stolen while they are gone.
A 26-year-old man was killed when he was launched from his motorcycle and then struck by a taxi on the Southern State Parkway early Sunday morning.
A Hempstead man was arrested for an incident that occurred in Baldwin on Sunday, Aug, 27.
To say that Nassau County experienced a seismic shift in its often conservative political landscape on Nov. 7 would be an understatement.
The public bus dropped me at a dirt patch seemingly in the middle of nowhere. In front of me, on the other side of a four-lane highway, was a wide river. Behind me was a tree-covered escarpment. Pittsburgh was nowhere to be seen.
It’s said that every election has consequences. True enough. And some elections also carry a message. While the consequences of last week’s elections . . .
You need a scorecard to keep up with the sexual harassers these days. Used to be there was an occasional murmur about bad behavior by a celebrity or a political hot shot . . .