Monthly Archives: October 2016

Long Island Haunts

Long Island used to be home to a dozen American Indian tribes. It was settled by Europeans in the 1600s and the site of...

Tina Mahoutchian Employee Of The Month

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Social Services Commissioner Dr. John Imhof presented Tina Mahoutchian with a citation as Employee of the Month...

Ghost Hunting At Hempstead House

On a dark and stormy night…just kidding. Actually it was a sunny, normal Tuesday afternoon in August when several of Long Island Weekly’s staff...

October Recreation Notes

The Floral Park playground is truly the “Center” of activity for the Village. Currently, the park hosts the F.P. Little League Fall ball, the...

Swastika Graffiti In Stewart Manor

Updated: Oct. 28, 2016 Parents walking their children to Stewart Manor’s Stewart School this morning were shocked to see a number of swastikas spray painted...

Rhatigan Portait Unveiling

On Oct. 29, Mayor Tweedy and the Board of Trustees will unveil a portrait of the late Deputy Mayor James Rhatigan in front of...