Elections in New York are going to be a bit different this year. Because of changes made this winter to the state law intended to have federal, state and local primary races fall on the same day, …
The Nassau County Department of Public Works Planning Commission will give community members a chance to voice their opinions on the proposed development of the Woodmere Club in what the agency is calling a “scoping session” on June 26.
Moving through St. John’s Episcopal Hospital’s revamped emergency department, Facilities Manager Tom Farzetta whisked a Herald reporter through the new entrance, where patients, whether arriving in ambulances, passenger vehicles or on foot, can quickly get to the registration desk.
Beginning Saturday, June 22, there will be a new traffic pattern on the Nassau Expressway, New York State Department of Transportation officials said.
Working without a new contract for nearly two years the Nassau County Detectives Association is making a push for a new agreement along with the organization’s continuing campaign for the county to resolve the short staffing of detectives at the eight police department precincts.
Hawks, Ravens and Wildcats, the athletic team nicknames of the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway, Rambam Mesvita and Davis Renov Stahler high schools, respectively. Missing from that Five Towns sports moniker landscape is The Brandeis School.
Summer in Cedarhurst and across the Five Towns means concerts in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park, and for the 23rd consecutive year the free Tuesday entertainment series sponsored by local businesses and residents will take place beginning on July 9.
The Nassau County Library System is looking to have readers of all ages travel across the county to visit 52 libraries as part of its first-ever library tour from July 1 to Aug. 31.
Established in 1997 with 27 students in Lawrence, Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys in Woodmere has outgrown its existing Ibsen Street building and will begin construction on an addition this summer.
A Hewlett man was arrested for allegedly exposing himself, while in his car, to seven women in four separate incidents stretching from July of last year to May 31, Nassau County Fifth Squad detectives said.
The Five Towns Community Center is celebrating its 112th anniversary with a gala dinner on Saturday, June 22, beginning at 6:30 p.m. There will be food, music and entertainment.
The class of 2019 at Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls in Hewlett Bay Park included 84 young women who received their diplomas and gifts in a graduation ceremony hosted by Davis Renov Stahler High Yeshiva School for Boys in Woodmere on June 16.
Each spring the Lawrence public schools dance department performs what most viewers best describe as a “professional dance show” that never fails to wow the audience and inspire future and present dancers.
Jacqueline Manginelli and Natalie Weintraub, both Hewlett residents, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in feminist, gender and sexuality studies and government from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and a Bachelor of Science degree in animal sciences from the University of Vermont, respectively.
Blessings, God and opportunities were the centerpieces of the first-ever Shulamith High School graduation...
Jacob Penstein was named valedictorian of Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys class of 2019 because of his diligence in scholastic work, abundance of meticulous notes and academic mindset that he maintained all four years at the Woodmere school...
The Lawrence Association presented its annual Good Citizenship awards to seven students representing high schools in the Five Towns at its June 11 meeting at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club in Lawrence.
The Hewlett-Woodmere Business Association and the Town of Hempstead welcomed Tony D’s Pizza to the neighborhood with a ribbon-cutting outside the new Hewlett pizzeria on June 11.
The Village of Lawrence bought a new ambulance using a $300,000 Nassau County grant that will be primarily used by Hatzalah of the Rockaways and Nassau County...
The results are in for the village elections in the Five Towns.
Celebrated by Jews around the world for centuries, Lag B’Omer marks the time between Passover and Shavout (49 days); when the ancient Hebrews were freed from Egypt to when they received the Torah from God, based on the biblical story.
Long Island’s offense enjoyed a record-tying performance in last Friday night’s Empire Challenge senior all-star football game, which unlike each of the previous three was decided well before the closing seconds.