By the morning of May 18, it became apparent that the West Hempstead school district was the only one on Long Island that had failed to pass its 2022-23 budget.
Burt Blass won his contest for West Hempstead Board of Education trustee over Jennifer Johnson in last Tuesday’s school board election, while incumbent Karen Brohm, running unopposed, won another term as board president.
Long Island theatre makes a comeback next month in a production spearheaded by Malverne playwright Danny Higgins — all with a modern spin on a classic play.
Comic Fans are expected to be out in force on June 4 for Malverne Comic Fest at The Bridge Church.
Alexa Wahl was just 7 when her family began attending the Bethpage Air Show. Standing on Jones Beach and staring at the sky, she would watch the planes gracefully soar past. It was then that Wahl …
People have called him many things — kind, loving, helpful, funny. I’ve heard him described as meticulous. But to me and my siblings, he’s simply Dad.
My friend Mike is a gentle soul with a quick sense of humor. We met when we studied journalism at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Center and worked endlessly on the school newspaper, Seawanhaka.
Two Sundays ago my husband tested positive for Covid-19. He was at home on the East Coast and I was visiting grandkids on the West Coast. It was the very last night of my trip; he called to say he had a cold . . .
It’s likely the eve of the destruction of Roe v. Wade — an act likely to be met with cheers or outrage, depending on which side of the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court abortion case people land on. And what comes next could very well be up to your state legislator.
Let’s be clear. The calculated illegal leak of a draft decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is akin to leaking the launch codes for America’s nuclear arsenal.