Monthly Archives: April 2019

Editorial: Up Up and Away

What goes up must come down. Colorful helium-filled balloons that are set free into the sky at weddings, memorials, other celebrations or simply as...

Board Honors First Village President

The Floral Park Board of Trustees recently honored a piece of village history when they unveiled the portrait of Raymond I. Stokely, who was...

Tulip Caterers Faces Eviction For 7-Eleven

It has been a mainstay in the Franklin Square community since 1986, but the popular family-owned Tulip Caterers now faces eviction from outsiders who...

Editorial: Curran’s Reefer Madness

When County Executive Laura Curran announced last month that Nassau County would opt out if the state legalizes recreational cannabis, she was flanked by...

Floral Park’s West End Plunges Into Darkness

It might have been April Fool’s Day, but no one in Floral Park was laughing when the village’s West End section went into complete...

Village Feels New Hyde Park’s Third Track Shutdown

As of April 8, the streets are now a 'one way' street. The complete shutdown of the Covert Avenue grade crossing in New Hyde Park...

FDNY Gather To Remember Floral Park’s Michael Davidson

Last March, Floral Park resident and 15-year member of the New York Fire Department (FDNY), Michael Davidson was killed after responding to a five-alarm...