Black History Month marked all year round in East Meadow

When discussing diversity in the classroom, East Meadow Superintendent Kenneth Card often shares a memory that has been imprinted in his mind since he was 6 years old and moved to New York after emigrating from Belize City, Belize.

Heralds seek 2018 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2018 summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach …

Kolstein’s, a harmonious heritage

If you live in Baldwin, you’ve probably driven past the Kolstein & Sons shop, with its distinctive purple awning, many times, never realizing that it houses a number of string instruments that are …

Lynbrook pharmacy owner arrested and charged with defrauding Medicaid out of millions

The owner of a Lynbrook pharmacy was arrested Thursday and charged with defrauding the state Medicaid program out of millions of dollars.

Bellmore-Merrick Central District teacher shares his 'incredible gift'

Ken Abbott gestured with his hands as he emphasized the importance of being an organ donor. New York state has among the country’s lowest donation consent rates, according to the American Journal of Transplantation, he said, and he finds that statistic distressing.

Lynbrook police fundraiser aids longtime sergeant battling ALS

Longtime Lynbrook Police Sgt. Ronald Fleury was holding groceries as he got out of his car in the driveway of his Lindenhurst home in December 2016, and in an instant his life was irrevocably changed.

Flu outbreak overwhelms Long Beach

This year’s flu season has hit a record high in Long Beach and on Long Island, as doctors have reported seeing a spike in the number of patients being diagnosed with influenza. “The cases …

Council will decide on group home next Tuesday

The Glen Cove City Council has until Feb. 26 to respond to a proposal to turn the mansion at 1 St. Andrews Lane into a community residence for adult women with eating disorders. The deadline had been …

Editorial

Hey, N.Y.C., hands off L.I.’s water

New York City wants Long Island’s water. We shouldn’t give it to the city, period. Here’s the thing: If granted state approval, the city could just take it.

Editorial

A shifting vision of black America

Perhaps no show on American television addresses the perilous times in which we find ourselves more vividly than ABC’s “Black-ish,” which . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

The State of the Union: improving

The president’s State of the Union address gave a good picture of the nation’s economy and the positive direction America is heading. And it offered hope that some of the more contentious issues we face might finally be addressed.

Column: Seidman Says

Plunging, freezing and living life to the fullest

Every Super Bowl Sunday since 2012 has been nothing short of average for me. I’m a pseudo sports fan who only succumbs to the chaos of fandom when the Giants or the Mets are doing miraculously …