Hundreds of millions of dollars were poured into the East Rockaway drainage improvement project, but not even a dam could hold back the project’s stream of problems.
For the first time ever, two East Rockaway community members were honored with the Hometown Hero award.
Nassau County may have illegally declared a state of emergency for cybersecurity — a declaration that was not even known until revealed in a letter to a reporter by a county official.
People have left New York in droves this past decade, and Brian Curran is ready to put that trend at an end.
It was evident at Frank Luisi’s wake that the East Rockaway resident and Army veteran had touched the hearts of hundreds of people.
The East Rockaway School District Board of Education recognized the winners of this year’s Andrew J. Stern Memorial Essay Contest at its Jan. 17 meeting.
The East Rockaway Board of Education recognized student athletes from East Rockaway Jr./Sr. High School for their outstanding performance off the field as the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athletes and Scholar-Athlete teams were named.
East Rockaway High School senior Mikayla Cirillo was awarded the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence by the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists.
East Rockaway High School student Michael Watson was named Student of the Quarter at Nassau BOCES GC Tech career and technical education high school. Watson is studying to become an Emergency Medical Technician.
The East Rockaway Union Free School District recognized high school seniors who earned the distinction of Advanced Placement Scholars, and underclassmen who have achieved the Supermaster of Regents designation.
It has been called both the physical and symbolic heart of our democracy, located within the very walls where our elected representatives in Washington make our country’s most important decisions. The Capitol Rotunda . . .
Issues of life and death, liberty, justice and freedom call for citizen involvement. We should have strong opinions about such topics.
A report just published by ERASE Racism explores how equitably educational resources are available across school districts on Long Island . . .
If you have fond memories of flying someplace for summer fun, well, you can just wipe that fantasy out of your head.