Comptroller to examine 'some issues' amid complaints from NYAW ratepayers in Nassau

On July 31, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office announced that it would review “some issues” related to New York American Water, a private water utility that services more than 120,000 …

Bringing a sense of community, and fun, to Baldwin

In the heart of downtown Baldwin, the voices of children shrieking in excitement are heard as they run jump, and skip throughout a colorful playground. When a whistle blows, the kids stop what they …

Woman left baby in hot car, NCPD says

A Maryland woman was arrested in Baldwin on Aug. 5 and charged with leaving her two-year-old child in a locked car with the windows up, Nassau County police said. Digna Argueta Gutierrez, 31, …

County to create new anti-bullying website

School isn’t in session, but preparation continues for teachers and administrators. In addition to educating young minds, creating a safe and welcoming environment for students is vital. For …

‘I’m committed to this project”

Baldwinites are frustrated. It’s been over a decade and a half since an effort to redevelop Baldwin’s commercial district began, and yet, on July 19, the Town of Hempstead an-nounced on Facebook …

There is more to Baldwin than Grand and Merrick

Because I’m a native of Baldwin, the vitality of Grand Avenue is near and dear to my heart, and addressing the economic and developmental needs of the corridor is a focal point of my …

Editorial

Lawmakers must address corruption in their ranks

With the reconviction of former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and the sentencing of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in July, we are left with the lingering question . . .

Calendar

View the calendar