After serving on the County Legislature for 20 years, Norma Gonsalves, Nassau’s presiding officer, announced on Thursday that she would not seek re-election this November.
Residents approved the East Meadow School District’s $199.67 million 2017-18 budget, with 2,123 supporting votes and 532 opposing votes.
To view the rest of our photo gallery click here The sunny, cool weather welcomed thousands of participants from across the country at East Meadow’s Eisenhower Park last weekend for a series …
After the East Meadow High School varsity cheerleading team finished its routine at the National High School Cheerleading Championship at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., in February, members anxiously waited to hear their results.
Cold, rain and wind did not stop Nassau County Legislator Carrie Solages from hosting a news conference on April 6 outside the Nassau County Correctional Center in East Meadow, calling on the State Legislature to pass legislation that would raise the age of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18.
A crowd at the East Meadow Public Library sat in awe as Paraguayan dance group Panambi Verá balanced pots and glass bottles on their heads during a special show on March 11.
The Christ Alive food pantry in East Meadow, the only pantry in the community, is among the local organizations supporting farm-to-food bank legislation, that, if passed, would give farmers tax credits for donating food to organizations that fight hunger.
When Town of Hempstead Clerk Nasrin Ahmad was 6, her teacher in England couldn’t pronounce her name. So, instead, he called her “my little brown one.”
Longtime Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes, whose 6th District includes East Meadow, announced on March 20 that he would step down from the board in June after 17 years.
When East Meadow resident Adam Lawrence was in New York City on a hot, humid August morning in 2012, he received a text message from his mother, Mindy, with an update about her doctor’s visit. She had been feeling ill for several months and had visited a number of doctors. But when Lawrence looked down at his phone, his life changed forever.
East Meadow School District residents will have a chance to make their voices heard when they cast ballots for the school budget and elect school board trustees on Tuesday at elementary schools across the district.