Tag: Bethpage

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

New to Long Island's dining scene are Bethpage Burger Bar, Greek Tastes in Rocky Point, and The Tipsy Taco in Old Bethpage.

Fair Media Council Dubs Long Island Press ‘Best Newspaper’

The Fair Media Council, a Bethpage-based nonprofit media watchdog group, honored the Long Island Press with the title of Best Newspaper at the 2020 Folio Awards, which were held virtually Tuesday.

Brooks Koepka Repeats as PGA Championship Winner at Bethpage Black

In a dominant psychical and mental display, Brooks Koepka won his second consecutive PGA Championship with a winning score of -8.

New Zorn’s of Bethpage Store Coming Soon

The 80-year-old original Zorn’s store in Bethpage will close for good Thursday as the company prepares to open to open a newly built store at the same location in a few days.

Best Of The Wursts: Bistros And Clam Bars

Our dining columnists visit Aperitif Bistro and Wine Bar in Rockville Centre and Popei’s Clam Bar in Bethpage.

Trump Touts MS-13 Crackdown on Long Island

President Donald Trump touted his administration's crack down on MS-13 during his second trip to Long Island in less than a year to discuss the street gang at a round table with local officials.

Trump Visiting Long Island To Discuss MS-13, Again

President Donald Trump is expected to visit Long Island on Wednesday to discuss the street gang MS-13 — the president’s second visit to LI in less than a year for the same reason.

Bethpage Man Convicted of Killing Wife

A Bethpage man was convicted of killing his wife, assaulting his daughter and leading Nassau County police on a high-speed chase that ended in a fiery crash two years ago, prosecutors said.

Kravet Inc. Opens Warehouse Sale To Public for First Time

Bethpage-based Kravet Inc., the industry leader in the to the trade home furnishings industry, is hosting a not-to-be-missed groundbreaking event — its first ever Designer Home Furnishings Warehouse sale open to the public.

Zorn’s Rebuilding its Bethpage Location

Zorn’s, Long Island’s most famous hometown chicken and turkey restaurant, is rebuilding its original roost in Bethpage, where its first location opened 78 years ago.