Top-seeded MacArthur entered the Nassau Class A softball championship series undefeated and riding a 23-game winning streak including a pair against Clarke, but the Rams won the opener in impressive …
Members of the Wantagh High School band received a real treat as they prepped for their spring concert: The renowned composer whose music they have been practicing led them through a special rehearsal.
Anyone receiving a voter mail check card erroneously identifying them as a registered Democrat, there are a few things to know.
Paul Gillespie’s life has been shaped by two major careers and passions: lifeguarding and wrestling. One has offered him a lifetime of beach, sand and saltwater. The other has given him a …
They read poetry, they wrote poetry, and finally, they shared poetry. Seaford Manor Elementary School second graders had an audience for their lyrical masterpieces at a poetry café on May 16. …
Nearly 13 years ago, Katherine Killian and Nora Toscano became friends in kindergarten at Wantagh’s Forest Lake Elementary School. Now they will lead Wantagh High School’s Class of 2023 — Killian as valedictorian and Toscano as salutatorian.
More than 100,000 customers across Nassau County’s South Shore communities may face a steep increase in their private water bills if Liberty Utilities’ planned rate hikes are approved.
When you think summer, especially in Wantagh and Seaford, you probably think of swimming, tanning, concerts, vacations, and so on. But with summer approaching, it’s always good to see what’s happening at our local libraries. And with a library card, it turns out there’s a lot — and it’s not just books and movies.
More than 80 professionals shared tips with Seaford Middle School eighth graders on May 11 on how to have successful careers.
Fifth graders at Wantagh Elementary School got a glimpse of the future on May 8 when they met with student ambassadors from Wantagh Middle School.
Last week in Nassau County, there was a moment of collective breath-holding for those who support the rule of law, after a printing company made every active voter in the county a Democrat.
In many corners of the world today, instability and democratic backsliding reign supreme. We see this phenomenon playing out as Russia continues its malicious invasion of Ukraine . . .
The Memorial Day acai bowl just will not work. Neither do I want to see a tofu hot dog or an Impossible Burger vegging out at my table.
The ongoing influx of undocumented immigrants into New York City now threatens not just to overwhelm the city, but to spread into the suburbs . . .