Jared Brecher and Dan Klein, two longtime friends who attended the same college and live in Manhattan, are the new owners of the 92-year-old Seawane Country Club in Hewlett Harbor.
Hundreds of mostly Orthodox Jewish LGBTQ teenagers come to Jewish Queer Youth’s drop-in centers, and nearly three in four say they have suicidal thoughts, according to Clinical Director Mordechai Levovitz.
The Lawrence School District is planning to add up to 14 parking spaces and reconfigure the site of the Lawrence Primary School at the Number Two School campus for recreational purposes.
Hewlett Neck and Woodsburgh village residents have expressed safety concerns over the potential building of a cell facility.
Seven special districts, six for fire and one for water reclamation, held elections for commissioners on Dec. 10. Only one race was contested.
Between Nov. 16 and 22, there were four reported thefts of delivered packages outside homes in Cedarhurst, Lawrence, North Woodmere and Woodmere, according to Nassau County police.
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway Middle School students got the experience of learning some tips from the former basketball player nicknamed the “Crossover king.”
In a world where online shopping is has become the norm, especially during the holiday season, Five Towns businesses are fighting to maintain success in today’s digital shopping world.
The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School in Cedarhurst was the site of what was described by Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys Principal Rabbi Yisroel Kaminetsky as a “college fair for Israeli yeshivas.”
Seventy years ago, Marvin Zuckerman started a business that has grown into a legacy.
The holiday season was welcomed into the Five Towns with hot chocolate, cookies, bubbles, music, Batman and a visit from Santa Claus...
Fourth grade students at Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island in Inwood received a visit from State Sen. Todd Kaminsky on Dec. 2.
Hindi’s Libraries helped establish a new group of young volunteers, the Bunch o’ Bookworms, made up of high school students.
Updated Dec. 13 at 7:55 a.m. Legislation named in honor of Giovanni Cipriano was signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School opened its doors to prospective students and their parents at the annual Open House on Nov. 17.
At the Islamic Council of North American Relief event at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence on Nov. 23.
Woodmere resident Ann DeMichael collected and distributed food to seniors in Oceanside last month on behalf of the Five Towns Kiwanis Club...
Manmeet Nijjer, of Cedarhurst, was one of 28 Hofstra University seniors from 24 departments and several interdisciplinary programs at Hofstra University recognized for outstanding achievement...
The Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association is asking for nominations of possible inductees to the alumni Hall of Fame...