The Wantagh Chamber of Commerce recently converted the county park at the Wantagh Preservation Society into a bustling hub of holiday cheer, hosting its fourth annual Winter Wonderland celebration.
Members of the newly formed Teen Thinkers Club at Wantagh Public Library — a group dedicated to carrying out charitable activities — rolled up their sleeves and immediately got to work with two holiday-driven projects.
He was an obscure candidate from Island Park who went up against a Republican powerhouse — and won. His name was Al D’Amato, who would go on to serve 18 years in the U.S. Senate before …
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.
Once upon a time, there was a group known as the Long Island Nine. They were the nine Republican state senators . . .
Can we settle in and be real? No, not everyone is having a better time than you. No, you aren’t the only one who wishes you’d passed on the second slice of coconut custard pie.
There are very few people left who can answer the question, “Where were you when Pearl Harbor was bombed?”
Hearings are getting under way on a proposal to socialize energy on Long Island. It would make the Long Island Power Authority the region’s sole entity responsible for keeping our lights on.