The events that unfolded on Sept. 11, 2001 were an unforgettable experience for many, but for younger generations, the tragic ordeal may be more difficult to comprehend. Wantagh High School …
When Wantagh resident Jasmine Chu saw the devastation caused by the Maui wildfires, she knew she needed to do something to help those who lost everything. Chu, 24, formerly lived in Oahu, …
In early September, the sounds of saxophones and pianos filled the air at a Jazz festival in Wantagh. The event, “A Jazz Festival for the Ages”, featured a variety of skilled …
“Welcome Back” was chalked out in large, colorful letters at the entrance to Wantagh High School, the first of five buildings to open its doors as the 2023-24 school year began on Sept. …
There may have been much excitement for the first day of the school year, but fourth graders at Seaford Manor Elementary School were even more hyped for their fourth day of class on Sept. 8. …
Iris Gomez, the East Islip resident who was arrested last year for allegedly stealing more than $420,00 from St. William the Abbot Church in Seaford and over $35,000 from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, was arraigned on July 24.
The Seaford community once again declared that it would never forget the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, recently selecting five Seaford High School seniors for scholarships in the annual presentation of the Patriot Awards.
Eleven people were murdered Oct. 27, 2018, in the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, just for being Jewish. It was the event that changed synagogue life forever, according to Ian Brecher, executive vice president of the Oceanside Jewish Center.
U.S. Representative Andrew Garbarino, who represents New York’s second congressional district — one of the four districts on Long Island — has introduced a bill to help ensure the safety of boaters on and around Long Island.
The Seaford Board of Education celebrated administrators, teachers and staff for various career milestones at their June 21 meeting. Additionally, two departing board members were recognized for their volunteer service.
The Greek playwright Euripides and the Dutch philosopher Erasmus had a shared philosophy, and it’s one all of us are familiar with: money talks. Especially in politics.
Last week I was at two events that, in very different ways, encapsulated significant aspects of my life. The first was in Washington . . .
I should point out that this is a really open letter, because my dad died four years ago.
After our collective pause on Memorial Day to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, it behooves us to take the next step by renewing our commitment to taking care of veterans right here in Nassau County.