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.
Most of the athletes on St. Raphael’s fifth-grade girls’ basketball team had not played in a competitive setting before last year. But head coach Robert Twible said it would be difficult for someone to tell that by watching from the bleachers in the St. Agnes Cathedral School gymnasium in Rockville Centre on Feb. 11.
After a fire tore through an apartment building in Levittown, a 68-year old female was hospitalized and twenty residents were left homeless.
A couple of big names in the sports world can trace their roots back to Carefree Racquet Club on Jerusalem Avenue in North Merrick.
Before Vera Fludd started work at the Nassau County Correctional Center 31 years ago, she feared what might be in store for her.
St. Raphael’s Roman Catholic Church in East Meadow will be holding its eleventh Winter Classic this year from Feb. 15 through the 25. Hosted by the church’s CYO basketball program, the Winter Classic is a boys’ basketball tournament that draws 40 CYO teams and roughly 400 players from parishes across Long Island.
In 2017, Wantagh, Seaford and the surrounding communities of East Meadow, Levittown, Massapequa and North Bellmore had 29 total fatal overdoses and 204 non-fatal overdoses, according to the Nassau County Police Department.
Norma Gonsalves has been dedicated to helping the East Meadow community for over 40 years. On Jan. 29 at the Chateau Briand in Carle Place, the community dedicated a night to her with a celebration of her past accomplishments.
The East Meadow Fire Department responded to four separate car collisions within a 500-mile stretch on the Meadowbrook State Parkway on Feb. 10, just before midnight. Within minutes of receiving …
Before Maryann and Jeffrey Witt danced to Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” at their 1996 wedding, Maryann took a plane ride that changed her life.
It’s all Greek to them! Sixth-grade students at Woodland Middle School in the East Meadow recently competed in the Festival Games.
Hawaii spent a harrowing 40 minutes preparing for a ballistic missile attack on Jan. 13 after a misunderstanding between two emergency agency employees sent a false alarm to the state’s 1.42 …