Bravest In Training

Liz Marchese, 15, of Plainview, boasts a family heavily involved in their local fire department and when she came of age, she immediately joined...

Long Island Remembers September 11

For many local residents, memorializing Long Island’s victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, goes beyond solemnly reading the names of those...

Graffiti Incident In Plainview

Police say they are investigating a biased criminal mischief incident in Plainview after a homeowner’s car was vandalized with a hateful symbol last week. According...

Family Seeks Justice In Woodbury Crash

Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas recently announced that a Huntington man was sentenced to 4½ years in prison for a March 2016 crash...

A Hero’s Presence

Town honors late detective Brian Moore The Town of Oyster Bay community came together once again to honor the late Detective Brian Moore with a...

Community Mourns Loss Of City Cop

Michael Hance, a Bethpage native, New York City police officer, 9/11 first responder and father of two, died March 11 after battling brain cancer. A...

Dog Tale

Pup saved from certain death, finds new home A dog who had faced certain death was adopted and welcomed by his new family on Feb....

Plainview Man Arrested In Bias Incident

A Nassau Community College (NCC) student from Plainview was arrested Dec. 20 in connection with bias graffiti found on campus over the past several...

Heroes’ Parade

Plainview set to honor true icons The Plainview-Old Bethpage community will join together to honor fallen heroes with the annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday,...

Student Poses With Guns On Social Media

After the mass shooting in Parkland, FL, gripped the nation on Feb. 14, Plainview-Old Bethpage School District Superintendent Dr. Lorna Lewis revealed that on...