The legal battles growing out of the planned development of the 112-year-old Woodmere Club continue...
To honor Barbra Barth Feldman, a Lawrence Woodmere Academy graduate who went on to direct the school’s summer camp and serve as head of school, a scholarship fund was established in her name to support renovations to Hessel Hall.
Blending family, school and volunteerism Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School senior Matthew Nathan is fundraising to help the 4th Precinct auxiliary police buy a new patrol car as part of a compulsory school community service program.
With the new year underway, local shops in the Five Towns are no longer able to sell flavored e-cigarettes and nicotine products.
Marching in weather that brought spring to mind more than winter, more than 2,000 ranging from elected officials to religious leaders to people from across Long Island, walked a half-mile on County Seat Drive to the Theodore Roosevelt Legislative building on Franklin Avenue in Mineola to show support for the Jewish community and their opposition to hate.
Major crime is down 31 percent since 2009, according to Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder.
From recalling his anxiety attack in college to being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Hempstead native and mental health speaker Hakeem Rahim detailed his struggles with mental illness and shared signs and symptoms to look for in those who may be suffering from similar issues.
With Nassau County’s leading scorer serving as the ignition switch, Hewlett girls’ basketball appears on the rise under second-year head coach Anthony Scro.
“I’m right and you’re wrong, I’m big and you’re small, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”
Inwood firefighters and emergency medical service volunteers responded to a three-car crash that injured four people at the Exxon gasoline station at the intersection of Sheridan Boulevard and Bayview Avenue at 9:45 p.m., in Inwood on Jan. 11.
Hewlett High School seniors and twin siblings Rachel and Jonathan Miller were part of a panel at the American Historical Association’s 134th annual meeting Jan. 5 at the Sheraton Hotel in New York City.
Born 14 minutes after midnight on New Year’s Day, Kenzo Ezekiel John, 4 pounds, 13 oz. and 18 inches long was welcomed by his parents, Rockaway residents Molly Casiano and Vincent John, at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway.
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway Middle School sixth-grader Rylee Gluck, 11, from Woodmere, is the first-ever host of the online cooking show “Nosh & Nibble” on Kosher.com.
Achiezer, a 12-year-old Lawrence-based community resource center founded and run by Rabbi Boruch Bender, which works with other groups to help families enduring hardships ranging from illness to financial troubles, held its annual dinner at the Sands in Atlantic Beach on Jan. 5.
HAFTR High School has been bustling with many exciting events, including the boys’ Shabbaton, Hanukkah celebrations and the Scott Satran Tournament.
The Hewlett-Woodmere Alumni Association is asking for nominations of possible inductees to the alumni Hall of Fame...