Friday May 3
Sand, sea and sprawling estates shaped Port Washington
The buildings, sidewalks and tunnels of New York City were mostly built with sand that was mined in Port Washington and made into concrete.
Villages mull laws to exceed state tax cap
Matinecock officials have deferred a decision on a law that would permit them to override the state-imposed tax cap until they have a better sense of what their coming budget holds.
Psychics for people and pets
Want to know what's in the tarot cards for you? Or maybe you're more of a numbers person who wants to know how your life adds up? There are many different psychics out there -- from numerologists to tarot card readers -- who might have the answers you're seeking.
Cement Truck Driver Charged in Fatal Bus Crash
Nassau County detectives have charged the driver of a cement truck with manslaughter in connection with the horrific school bus crash in Locust Valley last July that left one man dead.
Letter: Sandy Hook Elementary School And The Lessons Of Cantiague
On May 20, 1648, at what's now the corner of West John Street and Cantiague Rock Road in Hicksville, Robert Williams and a small gathering of Christian men met with Pugnipan and other representatives of the Matinecock Indians and acquired the rights to settle the land that became Hicksville, Jericho, and parts of Woodbury.