Long Island Jobs with Justice organizes a Workers' Rights Board hearing, addressing Starbucks' alleged ethical concerns
The legal battle between Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman and Hofstra President Susan Poser intensifies with newly revealed text messages, raising questions about collusion between Hofstra and Las Vegas Sands' competitor Hard Rock International.
Aspiring journalist Danie Henry receives a surprise opportunity from Kelly Clarkson and meets White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre
As Black History Month comes to a close, the Uniondale Library made sure to finish this month on a high note. The Library’s Junior Friends recently orchestrated a captivating event that …
Nassau County honors Lynette Carr-Hicks, director of Rhythm of the Knight show choir, for a decade of musical excellence in Black History Month celebration
Addressing challenges in Long Island's transit system. Rally for fair funding, pay, and services in Uniondale, Roosevelt, Hempstead, and Elmont
Let the dinosaurs roar at Nassau Coliseum's Jurassic Quest, taking you on a thrilling time-traveling journey through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods
Experience the emotional journey as Uniondale High School students witness 121 individuals become American citizens. Join the celebration, diversity, and civic pride
Uniondale hosts the legendary Bob McKillop Invitational, featuring top-ranked Duke Commit Cooper Flagg, who shined in Long Island's Premier Basketball Event as history unfolded on Long Island's iconic court
In a significant setback for the Las Vegas Sands' ambitious plans to develop a multi-billion dollar resort and casino around the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, a state judge has declared that the company lacks a valid lease for the Coliseum and its surrounding land.
Black History Month is a chance for us to celebrate the many contributions African-Americans have made to the country. They’ve done this despite discrimination and oppression — something even Long Island, in the past, was not immune to.
Long Island has become the center of New York’s — and the nation’s — political conversation. In recent elections, state and local policies have had an enormous influence on Nassau and Suffolk County campaigns that ultimately played a decisive role in determining control of Congress.
The practitioners who deliver physical, speech and occupational therapy services to babies and toddlers under age 3 with disabilities and developmental delays have not gotten a raise from Nassau County in nearly three decades. As homelessness continues to grow, Nassau has slashed its funding for the Department of Social Services, and its Homeless Intervention Team has been disbanded. Yet before dealing with these issues, the county sank $10 million of federal pandemic recovery aid into its 125th-anniversary plans.
We are living in the midst of a climate emergency, with the expectation that conditions will significantly worsen in the near future. In January, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed that 2023 was the hottest year ever recorded. In New York state, climate change is impacting the environment, society and the economy as extreme weather events increase in frequency and intensity. Floods are more frequent, and the growing season for crops is changing. Climate disasters have cost the northeastern United States over $80 billion since 1980.