You don’t have to dish out wads of cash for a late-night pay-per-view event to see an exciting night of boxing.
Kayla Spisto, a sophomore at Wantagh High School, is doing her part to spread some holiday cheer to children of all ages.
It’s just 37 words long, but its impact has lasted 50 years and counting. The civil rights law known as Title IX opened the doors to legal equality for women in educational institutions — …
For 16 years, the law firm provided money to support students at Hofstra University’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law. And now the lobby there will be named after the firm. The dedication of the …
Mental fitness is as important as physical fitness, according to one new business in Seaford.
What began as a passion project by a Wantagh couple now has the potential to take the pet food industry by storm.
The Wantagh Kiwanis Club and a local church are combining their efforts to help combat world hunger, and now they are urging members of the Wantagh, Seaford and surrounding communities to help tackle the problem.
Members of the Jewish community in Merrick, Bellmore and Wantagh were invited to the Chabad Center for Jewish Life last weekend for a number of things.
The Seaford girls’ volleyball team achieved its goal of a repeat county title and established a dynasty in the process. The Vikings once again hoisted the championship plaque after a …
After falling to West Hempstead in the Sept. 9 opener, Seaford was looking to change the script Nov. 10 with a berth in the Nassau Conference IV football championship game on the line. For the …
As a result of its unprovoked war against Ukraine, Russia is losing something that has always been precious to its national pride — its position as a leader in the world’s space programs.
The midterm elections proved that you can’t put lipstick on a pig. Well, maybe you can try, but eventually folks will see through the cover-up.
You’ve likely never heard the name William Jennings Bryan, as he’s not among those regularly talked about in history books. But his contribution to democracy . . .
Happily, the midterm elections are behind us. They were, at best, stressful, and overall they were ugly.