By Chris Boyle September 06, 2021
The Armor Museum hosts an operational collection of over forty armor vehicles including the mighty Hellcat tank destroyer, halftracks, and much more.
By Chris Boyle August 30, 2021
Back by popular demand, New York’s iconic fall event will run September 22 – November 7 in Nassau.
By Chris Boyle June 16, 2021
Families will be admitted only with pre-reservation e-tickets purchased on a first come – first served basis.
By Chris Boyle June 08, 2021
Members of the Long Island Living History Association will also present uniforms, tactics, and weapons of that era.
By Long Island News & PR August 16, 2019
Brandon Torres, 22, faces a maximum 25 years in prison if convicted.
By Long Island News & PR July 11, 2019
Stefon Pierre of Queens, 22, was in Haypath Park when he was shot in the abdomen, cops say.
By Long Island News & PR February 11, 2019
Scouts created dozens of handcrafted cards, each bearing a message of gratitude.
By Chris Boyle February 08, 2019
The number one mistake most people make when it comes to their meds is keeping them long after their expiration date, experts say.
By Long Island News & PR February 04, 2019
Vehicle serves as a reminder of the sacrifice required to defend freedom and defeat the Nazi war machine, museum officials say.
By Chris Boyle January 25, 2019
Group assists those who feel their lifestyles are becoming compromised by all-too-common daily urges that have run amok.
By Long Island News & PR September 19, 2018
Visitors can enjoy magic shows, a petting zoo, and historical entertainment.
By Long Island News & PR August 15, 2018
While most 13-year-olds are just beginning to learn about WWII in their history classes at school, Matthew McGaughan is living it.
By Long Island News & PR July 27, 2018
The Academy Charter School and Hofstra University’s Summer Camp program participated in an wide ranging educational seminar.
By Long Island News & PR December 21, 2017
New Superintendent is Making Strides to Effect Improvements.
By Long Island News & PR July 25, 2017
The Dingo is an armored scout car that would have been found on the beaches of Dunkirk during the retreat of 1940 and helping liberate the Nazi death camps in 1945.
By Long Island News & PR June 21, 2017
Laser may have come from the Plainview or Old Bethpage area; flight continued without further incident and landed safely.
By Long Island News & PR May 15, 2017
World War II tank destroyer now on long term loan from the U.S. Military Museum in Danbury Connecticut.
By Long Island News & PR February 28, 2017
Long Island MacArthur Airport hosted a Meet the Artists reception to honor special needs artists from Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) who have their mixed media constructions exhibited at the airport.
By Long Island News & PR February 07, 2017
After two rounds of auditions, FREE, in partnership with the BroadHollow Theatre Company, held the finals for the first annual Long Island “Special Needs Got Talent” competition.
By Long Island News & PR January 18, 2017
Employment open houses scheduled for January 2017.