Historical Society Unveils New History Markers

Dating back to the 1800s, the history of the Village of Floral Park began when 17 year old John Lewis Childs came to the...

NHP Village Holds Hearing Over Proposed Four-Story Building

Laughs, eye rolls, chanting and protesting. Those are just some of the things village residents did during a recent public hearing that the Village...

Sewanhaka Teacher Runs For Alzheimer’s

Wantagh resident and Sewanhaka High School math teacher Peggy McHugh is running her first half marathon on Sunday, May 5, in honor of Sister...

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...

Residents Voice Disapproval Over New Shop On Covert Avenue

At a recent Floral Park board meeting, the board of trustees heard the application of Sureshbhai Patel, who is looking to open a convenience...

Manganos Found Guilty On Federal Charges

This time, there was no mistrial. A federal jury convicted Ed and Linda Mangano of bribery and other federal charges on March 8. No sentencing date...

Floral Park Holds Ribbon Cutting For New Tiny Town

Last weekend, the Village of Floral Park held a grand opening ceremony for Tiny Town—the only village-managed playground in Floral Park, which faced a...

Residents Voice Concern Over House Expansion

The Village of Floral Park board of trustees held a public hearing last week to address Jericho resident Robert Yeganeh’s application to expand a...

Villages Blaze Trail For Pot Regulation

The village board of Floral Park adopted a local law amending Chapter §99-18 of the village’s municipal code at its most recent board meeting,...

Village To Take Hit From Lack Of State Funding

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 2019-20 spending plan is not set to include its annual aid from New York State for the fiscal year beginning...