The basement in the Katz’s East Meadow home is silent. On any given day for more than five decades, the sound of students working to master the bassoon and other woodwind instruments consumed …
Nassau County may have illegally declared a state of emergency for cybersecurity — a declaration that was not even known until revealed by the county's legal counsel.
“Any time anybody was feeling down or out, he was the kind of person that put his arm around you and made you a better person,” Jason Pearl, Long Beach High School’s lacrosse coach, …
In an email to Lawrence Woodmere Academy alumni, the board of trustees said there is a possibility that the nonsectarian private school in Woodmere might not reopen after the 2022-2023 school year.
Carlos Guerra, of Far Rockaway, a MS-13 street gang member, pleaded guilty during jury selection on Jan. 23 for his role in two 2018 killings in Far Rockaway and Lawrence.
The people of New York’s Congressional 3rd District are getting louder with their disapproval for the U.S. Rep. George Santos. Last Saturday morning, dozens of protestors gathered outside his reported district office in Douglaston, Queens — which remains closed and still sports an awning with the name of former Democratic Congressman Tom Suozzi.
The Seaford High School cheerleading team is making a habit of producing winning squads, earning a bid to the 2023 National High School Cheerleading Championship.
Carlos “Charlie” Vazquez wiped away tears of gratitude on Tuesday when he saw the crowd of people waving colorful pompoms and heard clapping and cheering in the lobby of Glen Cove Hospital. He was leaving at last, after being hospitalized for over 100 days.
First-time author Kim Taylor, of Baldwin, has published “A Flag for Juneteenth,” a children’s story about the holiday, which is now available in bookstores.
It’s been more than a decade since an earthquake devastated Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people, and leaving so many more thousands homeless. To this day, the Caribbean country continues to …
New York has lost Oyster Bay. Well, more accurately, the state has lost 300,000 people — the town’s population — in just a single year.
One thing I should have learned from my 28 years in Congress and the 15 years before that in the maelstrom of New York politics and government is that political life is all-consuming — especially at the national level.
Imagine my surprise when I opened my toaster oven to slide in a meatloaf and found a bunch of classified documents inside.
One of my all-time favorite comedians was Groucho Marx. He always had the right response to the question of the moment.