Temple B’nai Torah in Wantagh recently took a giant step forward in unifying its diverse congregation by hosting a weekend-long spiritual Torah restoration.
Students at Seaford High School are in luck if they are thinking about a career involving the care of injured athletes.
On Dec. 6, residents of Wantagh headed to the polls to make their decisions on a $69.5 million bond proposal.
Where do helium-filled balloons go when they’re released into the sky? Cynthia Seibold had that same question. And she discovered that the old axiom was true: What goes up must come down. …
It was a night to remember, and a night to recognize the people and businesses that help make Nassau Community College what it is.
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.
John Casciani died last weekend. You don’t know him, but trust me, he wouldn’t want anyone to fuss over him. He came into this world quietly 88 years ago . . .
In this season of marathon shopping, I started wondering why I buy what I buy. There are millions of choices when it comes to our cosmetics and cars and food and OTC meds and clothing and shoes and . . .
Yesterday, Dec. 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy . . .
Despite expectations, Republicans ended up underperforming on Nov. 8. Although they narrowly captured the House, Democrats kept the Senate and even managed to flip multiple state chambers blue . . .