As thousands of police and civilians stood waiting on Fifth Ave., and more than 100 SUVs, police cars, ambulances, and motorcycles lined the street on a Friday morning in the heart of bustling midtown Manhattan, only one thing was missing. Noise.
Elmont High School senior Michael Bailey, 17, has been nominated for the U.S. Presidential Scholars program.
Franklin Square resident Stefanie Calise said it was her son, Landon, who was her inspiration to lose almost 300 pounds.
State police have arrested a suspect for the stabbing of a man found on the westbound entrance to the Southern State Parkway at Corona Avenue late Wednesday.
Snow started falling across the South Shore two hours earlier than expected on Saturday, with the first flakes hitting the ground around 9 a.m. The storm made for messy streets, including major thoroughfares like Merrick Road. Officials were urging people to stay at home if possible to allow snow plows and sanders to clear streets. A number of accidents and near-misses were spotted on roads across the region.
While a brand new gym is under construction at Sewanhaka High School and expected to open in January of 2018, its boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are making things extremely difficult for visitors nowadays.
John Ciotti, a former Republican legislator in Nassau County and an executive vice president at Nassau University Medical Center, died on Jan. 7. He was 66.
There were many question marks surrounding the Molloy College men’s basketball team entering this season. Head coach Charles Marquardt sought to get a better idea of what he had in his roster, which features nine underclassmen and several new faces, so he made sure not to shy away from scheduling some difficult early tests for his ballclub.
The Molloy College women’s basketball program seems to be on an upswing, after posting a winning conference record and earning a berth in the East Coast Conference playoffs last winter.
The Nassau Police still need the public's help with three unsolved theft crimes: two identity theft and one petit larceny.
Once upon a time, holiday shopping was an experience. Folks carved out entire Saturdays or Sundays and headed to their local downtowns to browse through the retail shops. The experience was fun and quaint. You had lunch at the local diner. Then along came the malls.
American Museum of Natural History Presents: Painting the Natural World Eight Tuesdays, December 6, 2016–January 24, 2017, from 7–9 pm $255 ($240 Members) (Easels provided; …