Village’s LIRR Expansion Projects Are Right On Track

The Village of New Hyde Park continues to chug along when it comes to the various construction projects that are taking place along the...

St. Baldrick’s Has Another Successful Year

The village’s annual Saint Baldrick’s Day had another successful year in terms of fundraising at Marcus Christ Hall. The premise of St. Baldrick’s is...

Tulip Caterers Faces Eviction For 7-Eleven

It has been a mainstay in the Franklin Square community since 1986, but the popular family-owned Tulip Caterers now faces eviction from outsiders who...

St. Baldrick’s Returns To Village

The annual Saint Baldrick’s Day will once again return to the Village of New Hyde Park where people will shave their heads to raise...

Manganos Found Guilty On Federal Charges

This time, there was no mistrial. A federal jury convicted Ed and Linda Mangano of bribery and other federal charges on March 8. No sentencing date...

Belmont Redevelopment Faces Construction Delay

It seems that construction of the proposed arena project at Belmont Park will not begin this spring as developers had originally planned, which is...

Drivers Ignore NHP Grade Crossing, Long Island Rail Road Responds

Clarification: According to the MTA , New Hyde Park Road is one of busiest crossings in the LIRR system in terms of car/train traffic...

New Hyde Park Native Writes The Great Cat Massacre

Funny, absurd and exciting. That is what former New Hyde Park resident Casey O’Neil calls his newest Off-Broadway hit The Great Cat Massacre, which...

Villages To Take Hit From Lack Of State Funding

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 2019-20 spending plan is not set to include its annual aid from New York State for the fiscal year beginning...

Stolen Mail Raises Identity Theft Fear

A recent break-in at the New Hyde Park Post Office has one village resident concerned about identity theft after mail was stolen out of...