Arrests for underage alcohol sales in Elmont, Franklin Square, North Valley Stream

Three clerks and one business owner were arrested for allegedly selling alcohol and tobacco products to minors in an undercover investigation on Jan. 16. The spate of arrests is part of the “Project …

Three earn Eagle rank

Three members of Franklin Square Boy Scout Troop 93 recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout — scouting’s highest and most coveted honor. Joseph Barberesi, Nicholas Hernandez and Ryan Noonan …

GOP chairman addresses Santos situation

Joseph Cairo, the Nassau County GOP chairman, made an appearance at the Franklin Square Chamber of Commerce’s first meeting of the year to congratulate the newly sworn in board members and address …

Gift of Giving recognizes Elmont students

The Gift of Giving Foundation honored 11 Elmont students for completing the student ambassadors program at a luncheon at the Guggin Café and Grill in Elmont last Saturday. The students were …

Adelphi Awarded for Inclusive Stem

Adelphi University has earned the Reimagined Computer Science Curriculum for an Inspiring Programs in STEM Award given by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. This honor recognizes the effort that …


Why we need to go back to the moon

Ever since NASA started trying, unsuccessfully so far, to launch its unmanned Artemis I spacecraft . . .

Randi Kreiss

When Nazis killed 6 million, where was America?

I implore readers to watch the new six-hour, three-part series on PBS, “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein.


Banning books is un-American

Last week was Banned Books Week, a time to spotlight censorship and attempts across the country to take books off library shelves.


So you think the governor’s a shoo-in in November?

Is it any surprise that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s once insurmountable lead in the polls is eroding when public opinion surveys are analyzed carefully?