Monthly Archives: February 2015

Attempted Robbery On Covert Avenue

Last Saturday, while dozens of local shoppers were zipping in and out of Covert Avenue shops, working their weekend errands and last-minute Valentine’s Day...

Letter: An American and Iraqi Sniper

The film American Sniper has been receiving accolades. But whether you have seen it or not, you must remember it is only a film....

Ashes To Go

St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church of Floral Park delivered its fourth annual Ashes To Go program on Wednesday, Feb. 17 on the Long Island Rail...

DEC Visits Floral Park

Floral Park Memorial High School science students learned about endangered species and environmental laws when educators from the New York State Department of Environmental...

Editorial: Potholes and Solutions

Traveling to work each day is a challenge. With traffic, snow and deteriorating roadways, vehicles are constantly challenged and plagued by the growing number...

Letter: The MTA Has My Money

For you city goers and commuter folk, guess what? It will now cost you $2.75 to ride the subway and $6.50 to take the...

Rugby Players Wanted

Rugby registration is currently underway for rugby players in 7th through 12th grade for the Long Island Colts Boys Rugby Club.High school and middle...

Giovanniello Brings Win To Georgetown

The Georgetown University (GU) softball team won both of its matchups at the Landfall Park Hampton Inn and Suites Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 14,...

Obituary: Nancy I. (Shanahan) Doolittle

Nancy I. (Shanahan) Doolittle, 86, long-time resident of Floral Park, died on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at her home with her beloved husband by her...

Floral Park Has Heart For Fashion

In November 2010, Floral Park resident Marilyn Bird’s brother, William, then 12 years old, was diagnosed with an enlarged aortic root (an aneurism in...