Molloy celebrates the new 'U' with $2 million gift

Molloy University not only has a new name, but it also has a new gift — a $2 million one the school describes as its largest single gift in its 67-year history.

Steve Minicozzi is Bayville’s new mayor

The results are in for the Village of Bayville’s election indicating that Steve Minicozzi won his bid for mayor against John Taylor by a large margin. On top in each of the five districts, …

Summer is in, seniors are out at Lawrence High School

After enduring a pandemic-plagued two-plus years, members of the Lawrence High School class of 2022 celebrated the end of their high school careers at the second annual Senior BBQ June 14 on the …

A picnic to benefit Ukraine

Ten Ukrainian police officers, trained in combat, ran for their lives near Lugansk in May as a Russian drone followed them. A helmet worn by one had already been shot off by the enemy as they dodged …

Dress for Recovery, which helps women with breast cancer, gets useful donation

Deciding what to wear is hard enough. But try doing it while fighting breast cancer at the same time.

Early voting is happening in Lawrence, Far Rockaway

Early voting for the gubernatorial and state senate primaries is under way in the Five Towns and the surrounding Queens community of Far Rockaway.


Rob Astorino looks to wipe away political polarization

There aren’t many people who can say they’ve come close to beating Andrew Cuomo — especially at the height of the former governor’s popularity. But Rob Astorino can.


Andrew Giuliani says New York ready for change

New York hasn’t backed a Republican governor since George Pataki was re-elected for the second time some 20 years ago.


Tom Suozzi ready to solve problems in Albany

Tom Suozzi’s path to the governor’s mansion won’t be an easy one — especially since he’ll have to win a June 28 Democratic primary that includes a popular incumbent, Kathy Hochul.


Harry Wilson dedicated to looking out for the ‘little guy’

Harry Wilson doesn’t have the most recognizable name among those running for governor — in either party. But then again, as the self-proclaimed turnaround expert might say, maybe he should.