Channeling History

Old Bethpage museum honors war heroes World War II—among one of the most pivotal eras in world history—was brought to gritty life in Old Bethpage...

Saladino Plans To Run For Supervisor

Oyster Bay yet to name Venditto replacement State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino “crashed” the Jan. 24 Town of Oyster Bay Town Board meeting to announce his...

From Long Island To D.C. And Beyond

Women’s March draws historic numbers across globe The Women’s March On Washington drew a crowd of more than 500,000 women, men and children at the...

Water Testing Law Protects Students

Recently, lead levels in school drinking water has become an important topic. According to the NYS Department of Health, lead can harm a young...

D’Arrigo Brothers Funds Paws Of War For Service Dogs For Veterans

D’Arrigo Brothers presents $15,000 check to Paws of War to underwrite the cost of providing a service dog to assist local veterans Gabriela D’Arrigo of...

Plainview Runners Start Race Series

Plainview runners Shari Klarfeld, Heather Sciara, Dane Sidi, Greg Bonda-Riva, Kathy Neuman, Jason Geller, David Schwartz, Kimberly Schwartz and Howard Kestenbaum each successfully completed...

The State Of The Island

Governor Cuomo delivers expansive address During a stop at Farmingdale State College last week for his round of regional State of the State addresses, Governor...

Senators Urge EPA Action

Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand recently called on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to prioritize and accelerate the risk evaluation for...

Nassau County Puts Spotlight On Human Trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and while it’s been denounced as a global problem, many may not know it also occurs in Nassau...

Social Media Savvy

By: Barbara Mars As social media becomes more of a must-have than an option in the business world, companies are tapping outside sources to help...