Oceanside resident Vito Errico died last April at age 22 when he was thrown through the back window of a 2004 Acura on the Southern State Parkway, just west of the Malverne exit, and a light pole fell on him. On March 27, the Freeport man who was driving the car pleaded guilty to manslaughter, admitting that he drove drunk and high at 90 miles per hour before clipping a car and crashing. Two others in the car were seriously injured. Sobrane was unhurt, according to Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas.
Amateur boxers showcased their skills at the 90th annual Daily News Golden Gloves competition at Glen Cove High School’s gymnasium on March 23. Spectators in the crowded bleachers cheered for the …
An inclusive playground on the east side of Hickey Field, which has been in the planning stages for years, could finally open next year. According to the plan, the existing basketball and handball …
Sitting in a wheelchair, Michele Finnan held a bright red bowling ball on her lap and rolled it slowly back and forth. A foot away from the foul line at the East Meadow Bowling Alley, she …
A Merrick doctor was recently found liable in a wrongful death civil lawsuit filed by the family of one of his former patients, who died of an opioid overdose.
The trip is starting to get more challenging, but Rockville Centre native Daniel Finnegan and his companion are still soldiering on as they continue to make their way through Pennsylvania during …
Patricia Serio, a District 30 special education teacher, announced last week that she will retire in June — after nearly 60 years in Valley Stream schools, first as a student and then as an educator.
Maribel Canestro marched with about 100 others in Mineola on March 24, to protest what she believes is exorbitant funding for charter schools in the latest draft of the state’s budget.
For many, Hurricane Sandy is a distant memory. But homeowners along the South Shore are still living through the aftermath of the 2012 storm which has extended its impact into 2017.
Malverne High School is one of the schools profiled in a recently published book showcasing institutions that are thriving with large populations of students of color.
For 10 straight years, starting in 2007, New York state has reduced aid to libraries. Now Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing to cut another $4 million in library funding in the 2017-18 state budget, due April 1. That is unacceptable.
Elected leaders often look upon the Freedom of Information Act with barely disguised disapproval, and more often with outright disdain. Heck, the president who signed the act . . .
And not a moment too soon. Did you hear it land on our doorsteps? Monday, at 6:29 a.m., spring actually sprang into our lives. No matter the temperature, no matter the down coats in the front closet . . .
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson finished his trip to Asia by meeting with President Xi Jinping of China in what has been described as a public display of cooperation between the two nations. The leaders had much to discuss . . .