Hoping to combat hunger and the issues that accompany it, the Peninsula Public Library in Lawrence once again is teaming with Long Island Cares this summer to serve children 18 and under lunch in three locations.
Two students representing two Five Towns high schools will compete as the only Long Island team against 19 other finalists in the eighth annual Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition July 17, hosted by the Rockville Centre-based Center for Science Teaching & Learning at Cooper Union college in Manhattan.
It was more of the same for the Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education at their annual reorganization meeting and board president Mitchell Greebel thinks that is a positive.
Dame Products, co-founded by Woodmere resident Alexandra Fine, is suing the Metropolitan Transit Authority for alleged violations of free speech, due process and equal protection concerning the advertising of the company’s sex toys for women.
A couple from Inwood apparently drowned in the water off Far Rockaway beach at Beach 9th Street and Seagirt Boulevard in Far Rockaway, west of the Atlantic Beach Bridge, after what is being reported as an impromptu swimming lesson gone awry.
A $255,000 grant obtained by State Sen. Todd Kaminsky for new equipment purchased by the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department will pay for the purchase of a new ambulance, a Lifepak monitor-defibrillator and telemetry equipment.
George Conte reached the very high end of the Medical End-Stage Liver Disease scale last summer. The low end of the range is 6 — mild liver disease — and the upper end is 40 — near …
The landscape of professional lacrosse has changed, but the goal for the rebuilt New York Lizards remains the same — compete for the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) championship.
Three Woodmere Middle School students were awarded first prize in the junior division of the National History Day competition on June 13, after a week-long competition held at the University of Maryland.
Sand, soccer, sun and fun, along with food, raffle prizes and swimming were all part of the annual Hewlett Lawrence Soccer Club beach party at the Sands in Atlantic Beach on June 14.
Carolyn Argento, of Lawrence, has been named to Coach Realtors’ Leadership Team and is the new office manager for the Hewlett branch of the company.
As the summer season begins in Atlantic Beach, so does the training season for Atlantic Beach Rescue’s Water Team.
Joel Greenberg, of Atlantic Beach, was named as a partner at the law firm Frier Levitt in Uniondale.
The Lawrence men’s tennis club season began at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club in Lawrence with the traditional Memorial Day tournament on May 25 and 26.