By Ls Cohen July 24, 2020
Dirigible carried letters from the English King and Prime Minister, to the President of the United States.
By Ls Cohen June 28, 2020
After a car chase Rifkin was arrested on June 28, 1993.
By Andrew Hazen May 12, 2020
When the Mineola teachers got the official call that schools would be closed on March 15th, they were not in a panic. They went live on March 18th without skipping a beat.
By Chris Boyle April 23, 2020
Good Samaritans noticed that first responders needed personal protective gear and decided to do something about it
By Long Island News & PR September 24, 2019
Peter Koonanikal of Mineola, 56, is charged with Sexual Abuse, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Forcible Touching.
By Long Island News & PR April 01, 2019
Isaiah Fearron, 24, allegedly entered multiple unlocked vehicles across Nassau County and removed miscellaneous items, cops say.
By Long Island News & PR February 20, 2019
This year's class is a mixture of men and women who have excelled at soccer on Long Island and beyond.
By Long Island News & PR February 06, 2019
The deal to transfer ownership of the site closed on January 23; Hazen looking to expand the popular Long Island-based media company.
By Long Island News & PR February 04, 2019
This year’s theme was “Into Orbit,” and each team was tasked with identifying a physical or social problem faced by humans during a long-duration space expedition.
By Chris Boyle December 20, 2018
Frederick Espinal of The Bronx, 23, is charged with multiple counts of Grand Larceny, officials say; County Executive Curran refers to suspect as “dirt bag.”
By Long Island News & PR October 31, 2018
Assessment Department staff members are ready to explain the new market values, and will have data on comparable property sales.
By Long Island News & PR October 30, 2018
Dozens Gather in Show of Unity.
By Long Island News & PR October 25, 2018
Randall Carbone, 48, is accused of robbing Bank of America in Levittown and Chase Bank in Cedarhurst.
By Long Island News & PR October 24, 2018
Ra: "It is such a privilege to honor so many fantastic women for the hard-work they do every day for our community."
By Long Island News & PR October 19, 2018
Residents and community leaders gathered on the front steps of the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building to make Anti-Bullying Month official.
By Long Island News & PR September 14, 2018
Collin Bunbury, 32, is charged with 9 counts of Grand Larceny, cops say.
By Long Island News & PR July 24, 2018
NCBA volunteer attorneys meet one-on-one with homeowners to discuss their particular situation.
By Long Island News & PR June 28, 2018
The next two clinics are scheduled for July 9 and July 23.
By Long Island News & PR June 21, 2018
Lafazan: "Bullying does not cease when the school bell rings at the end of the day. In the social media age, it continues 24 hours a day."