Bicyclist struck by car on border of North Bellmore and Wantagh

A young boy was struck by a car while riding his bike in Wantagh on June 20, according to reports.

Domestic waterfowl struggle to survive in Wantagh's Twin Lakes Preserve

Last month, Humane Long Island, a nonprofit animal-advocacy organization, received a call that two domestic ducklings had been spotted wandering around Mill Pond in Wantagh. Di Leonardo, the group’s executive director, said that it managed to retrieve only one of the ducklings.

Wantagh students win Roger Rees Awards for theater performances

Two students from Wantagh High School’s Drama Club earned high marks in the 14th Annual Roger Rees Awards for their captivating theater performance of “Jekyll and Hyde."

For 2024 Cricket World Cup, India-Pakistan watch party draws crowd

Crowds gathered at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford to witness one of the most anticipated games in the International Cricket Council Men’s T20 World Cup.

Wantagh Spring Festival brings food and fun

The Wantagh Kiwanis Club celebrated its Eighth Annual Spring Festival at the Wantagh Train Station on June 1.


This is the best part: All of summer lies ahead

These are the best days of summer, when everything is possible. Here, pinned to this spot in time, there are no rampaging wildfires, no floods, no hurricanes, no Covid surge, no family feuds. Yup, the dangerous possibilities all lie ahead.


Teaching our students not to hate

Lately, though, it seems the fabric of our entire educational structure, from elementary school all they way up to our highest institutes of learning, is unraveling as a result of a dispiriting and dangerous rise in hate, bigotry and antisemitism, the likes of which we have never seen so widespread.


Hello, Harrison Butker? Women can be heroes, too

Countless trailblazers have incited change, but there is still an overarching prejudice against us. The struggle that we internalize may vary, but I think we can agree that some days, it’s just hard to be a woman.