With mental health coming to the forefront of social issues propelled by the coronavirus pandemic, two Jewish organizations — the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC and Nafshenu Alenu — are partnering to present 13 programs to explore those issues with a focus on the Orthodox Jewish community.
The future of the Woodmere Club land remains unclear after federal court on Dec. 1 dismissed two developers’ $200 million lawsuit against the villages of Lawrence and Woodsburgh and the Town of Hempstead.
The Five Towns and surrounding communities will hold district elections for commissioner on Dec. 13.
Hewlett resident Kenneth Karcinell has met many unique people in his 80-year life and decided to self-publish the book “Characters” that tells their stories.
A $329,000 Town of Hempstead streetscape improvement project funded by federal money was completed in October and includes new light posts and stamped concrete and colored brick patterns.
Glenda Faye Dampier, often called “Gigi” by people who knew her, died on Oct. 22. She was 68.
The triangle-shaped parcel of land that makes up the Veterans Memorial Plaza at the intersection of Broadway and West Broadway in Hewlett was jam packed with people on Dec. 4
After several court hearings, the most recent on Nov. 21, Sanitary District 1 remains without a winner for commissioner between Gabriel Boxer and Gwynette Campbell.
Children crowded into Matty’s Toy Shop in Hewlett for the third annual Michael Geraldi-Ray Abear Memorial Holiday Shop with a Cop on Dec. 3, sponsored by Project Thank A Cop.
The Read to Dogs program has returned to Ogden Elementary School in the Hewlett-Woodmere School District and being on “paws” because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Yesterday, Dec. 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy . . ."
Despite expectations, Republicans ended up underperforming on Nov. 8. Although they narrowly captured the House, Democrats kept the Senate and even managed to flip multiple state chambers blue . . .
In this season of marathon shopping, I started wondering why I buy what I buy. There are millions of choices when it comes to our cosmetics and cars and food and OTC meds and clothing and shoes and . . .
John Casciani died last weekend. You don’t know him, but trust me, he wouldn’t want anyone to fuss over him. He came into this world quietly 88 years ago . . .