Tropical Storm Isaias, a swift-moving tempest that slammed Nassau County on Tuesday, knocked down more than a thousand trees and some 338 electrical and phone wires, County Executive Laura Curran …
All of Long Island, including the North Shore, is now under a Tropical Storm Warning as Isaias churns up the East Coast, according to the National Weather Service.
A complete stranger dropping off a gift basket of wine, snacks and other treats on one’s doorstep might have seemed peculiar only a few months ago, but in the days of the pandemic, it’s the new normal for some women.
The building that houses the Nassau County Board of Elections and the County Clerk’s office doesn’t have a name. It has always been referred to as 240 Old Country Road, but Legislator …
U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice and Rep. Tom Suozzi on Wednesday called on Republican senators to work with the Democratically led House of Representatives to pass another round of economic stimulus, only …
After receiving 43 applications and interviewing seven candidates, a committee comprising teachers, parents and administrators has hired Michael Saidens to be the Locust Valley Central School District’s new executive director of special education.
Among the latest complaints against the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter comes after the euthanization of an 11-year-old pit bull terrier named Midget Mac that had escaped from his Massapequa home.
Updated July 24, 2020 Peter Meechan’s melodious “Song of Hope” filled the homes and hearts of six young enthusiastic trumpeters when they recorded themselves playing their brass …
The Patriotic Display Initiative, hosted by the Town of Oyster Bay, sought to unite residents through expressions of American spirit by decorating their homes in red, white and blue with lights, flags or other decorations from July 1 to 14. The town also illuminated Town Hall in those colors.
For the third time this year, a Wall Street Credit Rating Agency has upgraded the Town of Oyster Bay for its progress in repairing municipal finances.
Peter Meechan’s melodious “Song of Hope” filled the homes and hearts of six young enthusiastic trumpeters when they recorded themselves playing their brass instruments before a camera.
Thomas DeSarle, of Locust Valley, is without a job after he refused service to a Glen Cove Carvel customer who was not wearing a mask as he coughed and paid with cash dampened with perspiration.
After responding to the coronavirus pandemic with several emergency relief measures, Congress will now have the opportunity to pass one that would protect your access to trustworthy local news, help grow local businesses through ads in local news media — and reward you for subscribing to a newspaper like the Herald.
I met Joan online last week when she sent me a letter reacting to my July 9-15 column, “We’re all in the room where it happened.” We exchanged notes, and I realized . . .
In the U.S. and in Europe, monuments, memorials and historic names are being removed from public places because of their associations with colonial expansion, racial bigotry and discriminatory public policy. In this country . . .
I have never been so happy for a school year to come to a close. It seemed like every second of remote learning played out like a vicious game of tug-of-war.
The coronavirus outbreak has vastly altered our daily routines. Parents are at home. Children are at home. College students are at home. All must stay put, we are told, for now. People are making …