A jury found former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, guilty on all counts Tuesday in their corruption retrial in Manhattan’s U.S. District Court. The four-week proceeding …
After 47 years of friendship, two former Bellmore teachers will collaborate on an autobiographical play by Donna D. Lipari: “The Medium … the Music … and ME!” will debut in September on Manhattan’s Theatre Row. Her longtime friend Gary Gaccione will direct.
Ian Mass, 18, was first diagnosed with a potentially deadly form of eye cancer called retinoblastoma when he was 7 years old. For 11 long years, he fought the cancer, beating it twice — and holding on just long enough for him to graduate from Mepham High School on June 24.
Nicholas Marshak, of Merrick, was an advocate for social justice and healthful living and an extreme runner who pushed himself toward ever-greater feats. He died on July 1, while running what would be his final mile, in an upstate Wilmington mountain race that was the most challenging Marshak had ever attempted.
Marisa Papania awoke at 10 a.m. on the Monday of February break. Rather than go back to sleep, the John F. Kennedy High School senior decided to check her email — it was college acceptance season, after all.
The Long Island Film/TV Foundation and the Nassau County Film Commission will present the 21st Annual Long Island International Film Expo from July 13 to 19 at the historic Bellmore Movies. This …
State Sen. John Brooks pushed on June 8 for a bill that would change the rules by which districts receive state aid, and, Brooks said, could bring property tax relief to Long Islanders. Brooks’ …
On July 4, for the 36 th time, the Bellmore Striders will bring the Independence Day Run to downtown Bellmore.
In 1965, while living in a cramped Queens home with her husband, daughter and parents, a young Hungarian, Livia Horovitz, gave birth to Debbie. Ever since then, Livia and her husband, Tibor, have …
It’s the last day of school. I see tears streaming down my peers’ cheeks. But why?
Tens of millions of dollars in state sales taxes are generated in Nassau County’s 64 villages each year. The state keeps part of the money, and sends part of it . . .
They aren’t vegetarian. They aren’t kosher. They aren’t fish and they aren’t fowl. They aren’t even appetizing. In fact, they don’t look edible . . .
I can still picture the last day of my fourth and final summer as a Fresh Air Fund counselor at Camp Hayden Marks, on the 2,000-acre Sharpe Reservation in upstate Fishkill, 28 years ago. The campers . . .
Kilauea is blowing her top. These last weeks we have witnessed, from afar, a pyrotechnic extravaganza on the Big Island of Hawaii.