Proud Pour Does Its Part To Reseed Oyster Beds

When Courtney Murphy was getting ready to graduate from the University of San Diego with a degree in communications studies and sociology, it was...

Stewart Manor Grapples With Graffiti

At the most recent public meeting of the Stewart Manor Board of Trustees, the issue of the village’s ongoing fight against an unknown group...

Stewart Manor Board Of Trustees Battle Royale

  Dissension is clearly brewing in the Village of Stewart Manor as Mayor Gerard S. Tangredi publicly clashed with his trustees at their July 5...

Jericho Turnpike Full Of Trash: Illegal Disposal Befouls Bellerose Terrace Section

Bellerose Terrace lies a stone’s throw from the Queens/Nassau County border. And like many other communities, there are quality of life issues that periodically...

Third Track Faces Support, Criticism

  Long Islanders recently gathered at numerous community centers to voice their opinions on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to add a third track on the...

International Film Expo Takes Long Island

The Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) was held from July 13 to 21 at the historic Bellmore Movies. LIIFE was named “One of...

Practice Makes Perfect For First Responders

The Stewart Manor Fire Department has been safeguarding the life and property of its residents for 89 years and counting; to make sure that...

Making A Splash On Long Island

  When Goldfish Swim School opened its $3 million, 7,100-square foot facility at 650 Stewart Ave., it became the first New York franchise to be...

More Hall Of Fame Honors For Al Oerter

Even though he has been dead for nearly a decade, the honors keep coming for Al Oerter, the Village of New Hyde Park’s legendary...

Mayor’s Report

Recently, Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) President Pat Nowakowski issued a press release in which we were assured that the MTA-LIRR is listening and...