John McCormick, from Atlantic Beach, a former planner and estimator for the Department of Public Works of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, pleaded guilty on Friday to receiving bribes as part of a scheme to give contracts to specific companies.
Atlantic Beach Mayor George Pappas and his children, George III and Mia attended the inauguration of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in Washington, D.C., on Friday.
Outfitted with refinished pews, a new altar and a new pipe organ, St. Joachim’s Church in Cedarhurst is now ready for a rededication on Sunday at the 11:30 a.m. Mass, which will include Bishop William F. Murphy, leader of the Rockville Centre Diocese.
Decrying what they see as the persecution of Israel and the global ineffectiveness of the United Nations, students and faculty from Rambam Mesivta Maimondes High School in Lawrence and Shalhevet High School in North Woodmere protested for more than two hours at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in Manhattan on Jan. 11.
Through the New Horizon Counseling Center’s Friends Program, Liya Angel and Shani Zinn joined forces to successfully accomplish Zinn’s goal to be a member of the Woodmere Middle School basketball cheerleading team.
Lawrence School District celebrated its 125th anniversary earlier this month.
Each week, a group of about five Hewlett High School students visit the Center for Adult Life Enrichment on the school’s campus to volunteer their time and skills to help the seniors.
The Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (HALB) recognized Mindy and Daniel Aryeh as the Rabbi Dr. Armin Friedman Parents of the Year at its 62and annual breakfast held at the Hewlett Bay Park campus of Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls last month.
1968 is a long time ago even for those of us who were alive in that year (I was 7). So you could only imagine how far away it is for the roughly 30 second-graders being taught by MaryEllen Bighi and Anita Brites at the Lawrence Primary School at the Number Two School in Inwood.
It has not been an easy season so far for the Lawrence wrestlers out on the mats this winter, as the team has struggled to keep up on the scoreboard in matches against Roslyn, Bethpage and Wantagh. But behind the scenes, Golden Tornadoes head coach Seth Cook feels there is still significant progress being made.
For the second time in four months, an anniversary celebration for Lawrence schools had to be scraped due to bad weather as the Jan. 7 dinner to commemorate the district’s 125 years was postponed because of that Saturday’s snowstorm.
Open house for Hewlett-Woodmere School District's pre-K program takes place on Thursday, Jan. 26, and registration will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 1 and Thursday, Feb. 2.
Zoe Stryker, of Hewlett, an art education student at Ithaca College, was inducted into the Oracle Honor Society.
Come in from the cold on Monday, Jan. 23 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Peninsula Public Library at 280 Central Ave. in Lawrence for Make a Necklace.
Cedarhurst resident Aaron E. Zerykier was named a commercial litigation partner at the law Uniondale-based law firm Farrell Fritz.
In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Temple Israel of Lawrence at 140 Central Ave. in Lawrence will present a photo exhibit “Jewish Refugees in Cyprus en Route to Israel” on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m.
Yes, it is cold out and there could be snow on the ground, but you could golf (weather permitting) at Nassau County’s North Woodmere Park.
Learn where weather comes from and what causes a day to be sunny or blustery. The Weather Show: How To Build a Storm with the Traveling Science Team from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia will be at the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library.
Sharpen you skates, dress warm and get onto the ice at Nassau County’s Grant Park at the intersection of Sheridan Avenue and Broadway in Hewlett.
While it’s cold outside, warm up your child’s imagination as they can build whatever their mind conceives on Saturdays and Sundays.
Three days after Lynbrook rallied from an 11-point deficit for an eye-opening victory at Floral Park, the youthful and surging Owls used their depth, confidence and teamwork to overcome another early hole on the way to beating visiting Lawrence last Saturday, 50-35, in a Nassau Conference A-III boys’ basketball matchup.
Planned Parenthood of Nassau County’s staff and supporters said that they are concerned that the Republican-majority chambers of Congress will soon move to strip health centers affiliated with …
SIBSPlace held its annual holiday show that 148 people attended on Dec. 23. This year’s 1420 Broadway (SIBSplace address in Hewlett) hit was “The Grinch Who Stole SIBSPlace.”
“Who cares about Martin Luther King? “He didn’t do anything for us.” Statements like these are what prevent our community from progressing.