Garden City edges Calhoun for title

Calhoun’s Jake Lewis already had a hat trick including a pair of highlight-reel goals in Tuesday night’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse championship game when he made a last-second …

Goodman's slam lifts Calhoun over Mepham

With the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh and Calhoun trailing Mepham by three runs in Friday’s decisive third game of their Nassau Class A baseball semifinal series...

Bellmore-based PFY celebrates 30 years of pride

As PFY is gearing up to celebrate the month of pride in June, and the LGBTQ community in general, this year it is also celebrating its own history, as 2023 marks the 30th anniversary of the agency, which was the first of its kind in a suburban setting in the United States.

Liberty Utilities seeks water rate hike, angering advocates, officials

More than 100,000 customers across Nassau County’s South Shore communities may face a steep increase in their private water bills if Liberty Utilities’ planned rate hike is approved.

S’mores around the fire for Lag B’Omer at Chabad Center for Jewish Life

The Chabad Center for Jewish Life, which services the Jewish community of Merrick, Bellmore, Wantagh and surrounding communities, hosted its annual Lag B’Omer festivities on May 9.

Taking to the sky, Mepham High graduate completes first solo flight

Alessandro Barsallo has been flying on planes for as long as he can remember.

Jerry Kremer

It’s time to give Joe Biden a break

Since taking office, President Biden has been the subject of all manner of criticism. Most of it focuses on his age. He is described as weak, bumbling, demented and a host of other unkind adjectives. But somehow . . .

Randi Kreiss

Open to learning new stuff? Jump on my list.

Born with the teaching gene and not likely to recover any time soon: That is my self-diagnosis.


A year later, still defending freedom, democracy

The moment Russian President Vladimir Putin marched his forces across the border into neighboring Ukraine, the world was shocked.

Peter King

At the Capitol, it was almost as if I’d never left

Last month I made my first visit to Capitol Hill since Dec. 28, 2020, the day I had cast my final vote on the floor of Congress before my retirement from the House of Representatives.