Marching against hate in Mineola

Marching in weather that brought spring to mind more than winter, more than 2,000 people ranging from elected officials to religious leaders to people from across Long Island, walked a half-mile on County Seat Drive to the Theodore Roosevelt Legislative building on Franklin Avenue in Mineola to show support for the Jewish community and their opposition to hate.

Clarke impressing on the mat

The Clarke wrestling team has been ram-tough this season and has the hardware to prove it. After already collecting championships at the Sprig Gardner and Cove Cup tournaments, the Rams continued their mat mastery last weekend by taking the Dan Wickham Classic in upstate Unatego.

Bowling Green shares the gift of reading

Throughout the month of December, the K-Kids service organization from Bowling Green Elementary School in the East Meadow School District collected 19 boxes of books to be donated to children in the …

Building character through song

Students at Parkway Elementary School in the East Meadow School District participated in a thought-provoking assembly by award-winning singer-songwriter Jared Campbell on Jan. 9. The show …

Neighbors help neighbors for Hope for the Holidays

Students at Bowling Green Elementary School in the East Meadow School District conducted several fundraisers as part of “Hope for the Holidays,” a project to assist families in the school …

The Week Ahead

Drag Queen Story Hour  Bella Noche, the drag mermaid storyteller, is back for an East Meadow Public Library program at the Samanea New York Market, the former Source Mall, in Westbury on Jan. …

Growth and Change

Perfect for ringing in the New Year, it started with a discussion of the fictional characters in a streaming service's sitcom. "I hated this season," my son complained, "No one changes. No one …