This young Valley Stream journalist to watch wins second Gracie Award

Meet Fatima Moien, a rising broadcast journalist and two-time Gracie Award winner breaking barriers in media. Follow her journey at Hofstra University.

Rockville Centre schools float $137.6M spending plan

Rockville Centre school district proposes $137.6M budget for 2024-2025, which could raise taxes by $344.

With State Sen. Steve Rhoads' office, yarn and blanket drive to aid children with cancer

The 5th New York state Senate District is partnering with We Care Blankets to collect yarn and blankets for children with cancer.

An honorable night for the Kiwanettes of Oceanside

Kiwanettes of Oceanside honors community members at awards dinner. Kiwanettes recognized for service since 1955. Awards were presented to Joe Cibellis and Towers Funeral Home staff. State Sen. Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick praised Kiwanettes' community service. Assemblyman Brian Curran commended honorees for their dedication to Oceanside.

G’s The Avenue is closing

G’s The Avenue, in West Hempstead, is closing after five years in business. Owner Gregg Cajuste has decided to focus on his health after suffering four heart attacks and three strokes and undergoing spinal surgery as well.

Glen Head-based company seeks to work with communities

RRDA is county’s new tourism agency

In a significant development for the local tourism industry, RRDA, a Glen Head-based marketing agency, has been awarded the Nassau County Tourism contract by the county government. The announcement …

East Meadow responds to antisemitic graffiti

Antisemitic graffiti found in East Meadow last week prompted a widespread response from the community and elected officials.


State budget includes $90 million local media tax credit

New York unveils groundbreaking payroll tax credit for local news outlets, boosting journalism sustainability and democracy.

Natural Sensory Celebration focuses on neurodivergent people

Celebrating neurodiversity at Planting Fields Arboretum

Planting Fields Arboretum is gearing up to host its inaugural Natural Sensory Celebration, a weeklong event that will cater to neurodivergent people and their families. Scheduled to kick off on …

Merrick Estates Civic Association gears up for 65th summer of fun

The Merrick Community Civic Association is gearing up for its 65th summer.


Weaving a future of peace, harmony and justice

The shared themes of renewal and hope across Easter, Passover, and Ramadan, uniting humanity beyond cultural and religious differences.


Migrants get more government support than veterans

Too many elected officials believe in open-border, pro-migrant policies.


The silent killer of New York’s economy

We've lost hundreds of thousands of residents, and with them crucial tax revenue.


How will we discuss the presidential campaign in class?

The big problem in September will be what to do about you know who.


Embracing and understanding the science of reading

Literacy instruction is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Every student is unique.


What’s behind the decline in O.B.’s shellfish population?

Bill Bleyer warns of the impending collapse of the bay's ecosystem due to declining shellfish populations, highlighting their critical role as keystone species and the urgent need for conservation efforts to prevent irreversible damage