A new chapter ahead at East Meadow's Barnum Woods

Two of Barnum Woods Elementary School’s most prominent leaders — Principal Gregory Bottari and David Rothman, a 30-year planning and management team member — have retired from their positions in the East Meadow School District, effective at the end of the past school year.

Long Island Police Appreciation Run supports crisis fund and more

Over 500 people gathered in Eisenhower Park on June 27 for the 33rd annual Long Island Police Appreciation Run.

Nassau Health Care Corporation sees financial improvements

The Nassau Health Care Corporation has made significant strides in its financial health over the past year, according to an annual independent audit conducted by Grant Thornton, a leading national public accounting firm.

Century of support: East Meadow Ladies Auxiliary

The Ladies Auxiliary of the East Meadow Fire Department celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 15.

Self-reflections earn East Meadow's Troop 1218 a Silver Award

The girls of East Meadow Girl Scout Troop 1218 asked the same thing, and are aiming to change the way people perceive themselves. Troop 1218 partnered with the Broadway Common in Hicksville and created a “Reflection Wall,” to earn their Silver Award.


I’m running to fight for women’s freedoms

Since Roe was overturned, legislators and governors in more than a dozen states have imposed harsh restrictions and outright bans on abortion. The repercussions have been devastating.


A holiday that we should never take for granted

July Fourth is a holiday that truly deserves to be celebrated by all Americans. The bottom line is that July 4, 1776 began the daring experiment that led to the formation of the greatest nation in the history of the world, which has produced more opportunity and more freedoms for more types of people than ever thought imaginable.