Not a plane, it’s a bird

First grade classes at the Bethpage Union Free School District’s Charles Campagne Elementary School welcomed Donna Waldenburg of the Long Island Center for Arts and Sciences for the “It’s a Bird” program on May 8. Ms. Waldenburg spoke to the first graders about the various types of birds and how each one serves different purposes on the planet. She discussed […]

Bethpage Park Director instrumental in organizing PGA championship event

It is an exciting week for golf enthusiasts at Bethpage State Park as the 101st PGA championship is in full swing. The widely publicized event, which is expected to draw over 200,000 spectators, takes place May 13th through the 19th. Elizabeth Wintenberger, Director of Bethpage State Park, is helping to manage and coordinate the event. “It’s obviously a very busy […]

Free advice for small businesses

The Town of Oyster Bay will offer free advice for residents interested in starting small businesses. Through the Workforce Partnership program, the town will welcome the SCORE Group LI to the Massapequa Career Center as they set up an office to offer residents free mentoring sessions on how to start a small business, and how to help a small business […]

Long-standing Bethpage restaurant moving to smaller location

The Zorn’s of Bethpage, 80 year old landmark building, closed for the final time earlier this month, moving their operations to a new location on the property. The American restaurant, which is an iconic symbol on Long Island, will now be housed in a smaller 8,000 square foot facility adjacent to the older building. “A new store with old beginning’s. […]

New date for TOBAY car show

Long Island’s premiere car show will take place on Sunday, May 19th from 11am to 4pm at TOBAY Beach.  The event was previously scheduled for April 28th but cancelled due to rain.  Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic will feature hundreds of automobiles, trucks, military vehicles, and emergency service vehicles.  A live concert performed by The Mystic will take […]

GC Tech seniors commit to skilled trades

Administrators, faculty, students and families gathered in the auditorium of Levittown’s Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Center on May 8 to honor more than 25 seniors seeking to continue their technical education or pursue a career in residential wiring, HVAC, or construction related trades. Known as SkillsUSA and Klein Tools’ first National Signing Day, GC Tech was one of […]

New veterans gazebo

2019-05-17 E-Edition