By Vickie Moller July 09, 2013
Real estate moguls Donald Monti, founder of Renaissance Downtowns, and Scott Rechler, CEO and chairman of Uniondale-based RXR Realty, are combining their extensive experience and considerable resources to make the vision of revitalizing Long Island's ...
By Debbi Spiegel July 06, 2013
Relax, decompress, enjoy...get away from it all...close to home.
By Long Island News & PR June 27, 2013
$30 Million in First Round to Implement Projects for Smart Growth, Improved Energy Efficiency, Green Jobs and Greenhouse Gas Reduction
By Long Island News & PR June 26, 2013
Bethpage Federal Credit Union invites Long Islanders to get out and enjoy summer with a full schedule of free events for the whole family.
By Sandra Stelmach June 20, 2013
Long Islanders gather together for some of the largest celebrations in the country. With fast-approaching festivities and fireworks, don’t miss out on the fun - check out what’s happening near you and across Long Island!
By Vickie Moller May 28, 2013
They range from failing to keep exam materials in a secure lockbox, to improper assistance by teachers during tests, to scoring irregularities--thirty-six confirmed cases of cheating on state tests in Long Island schools over the ...
By Lyndsay McCabe May 14, 2013
Assemblyman Charles Lavine has submitted a letter to the NYS Commissioner of Education to investigate Glen Cove School District, which has been plagued by allegations of test-coaching and grade-changing, and whose superintendent abruptly resigned on ...
By Long Island News & PR April 23, 2013
Donation to Support the SCO Fashion Show Benefit to Take Place at the Nassau Country Club on May 1, 2013
By Long Island News & PR April 18, 2013
Marlene Flores, Owner Of Mar Le Café In Glen Cove Receives 2012-2013 Hispanic Business Owner Of The Year Award In Ceremonies Hosted By Bethpage Federal Credit Union.
By Vickie Moller February 26, 2013
An unidentified seventh grade student from the Finley Middle School in Glen Cove was taken into custody late last week for creating a "hit list" of faculty, students and family members.