Man arrested in Glen Cove by ICE during Operation SOAR

On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Enforcement Removal Operations said it arrested 32 convicted sexual offenders throughout Long Island, including a 36-year-old Salvadoran man …

Miss Long Island hopefuls dazzle at Molloy

Miss Long Island hopefuls gathered at Molloy College in Rockville Centre last Sunday to vie for two titles, as Brentwood’s Briana Siaca earned Miss Long Island 2018 and Alexa Cox, of Central Islip, was crowned Miss Long Island Teen.

Valley Stream sharp shooter documents his travels

Marcelo Barrera rarely shoots people. The Ecuadorean-born, self-taught photographer prefers capturing emotional vistas and cityscapes in novel ways — a perspective-warping, head-on shot of the Flatiron Building in Lower Manhattan, for example, makes it look like a melted puddle of goo.

Lauren Henkel, resident, NYU track star, dies at 35

Lauren Henkel, a lifelong Rockville Centre resident and accomplished athlete that was named head coach of women’s cross country and track and field at Molloy College last month, died suddenly on July 29. She was 35.

Ray Romano spotted in Glen Cove

Residents of Glen Cove may have had a rough day on Monday with the wet weather, but there were a few people who were all smiles. The actor and comedian Ray Romano was spotted with his family in front …

Coming attraction:

Lynbrook movie theater construction on schedule

Amid murmurs throughout the Village of Lynbrook that the $21 million, state-of-the-art Regal movie theater under construction on Merrick Road, near Atlantic Avenue, will not open until 2018, Mayor Bill Hendrick expressed confidence that it would show films this holiday season.

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Randi Kreiss

White House drops humble pie from menu

Consider the White House. Never have so many arrogant, egocentric and narcissistic personalities gathered under one tent. In a world where some of our most admired and inspirational leaders have also been the most humble . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Congress: Stop fiddling while American taxpayers get burned

Let’s imagine our house on fire. What’s the first thing we’d want to do? Put it out! Try to save it to be repaired and reoccupied. But too often these days . . .