Tag: East Hills

Nancy Marx Wellness Center Helps Survivors Overcome

The Nancy Marx Cancer Wellness Center at the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills has been aiding those suffering from cancer since 2005.  

New Sid Jacobson JCC Food Bank Debuts

The Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday to celebrate the opening of its new Food Bank.

Sid Jacobson JCC: A Center That Inspires

The Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills epitomizes what community is all about.

Northern Italian Served North Shore Style

Best of The Wursts: A trip to La Piccola Liguria, a Port Washington mainstay, and Antonette’s in East Hills.

22% of Long Island Villages Don’t Hold Pledge of Allegiance

One fifth of villages on Long Island don’t hold the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of their monthly board meetings, contrary to routine at most government meetings, the Press has found.

OurHarvest: Long Island’s Online Farmer’s Market Takes Root

Our Harvest plans to keep adding pick-up locations to serve more of the public while keeping to the same model of local suppliers. They plan to branch out across Suffolk County, into all five boroughs and into Westchester. But food-savvy Long Islanders need not wait any longer. There are beefsteak tomatoes at peak ripeness, just a click away.

Long Island Fourth of July 2014 Fireworks and Events

What better way to celebrate the Independence Day than by attending one of the many fireworks shows hosted across Long Island this weekend?

East Hills Teens Arrested for $17K Wheelchair Theft

The suspects allegedly rode the Quantum 600 Power Base wheelchair around town until its battery died.

6 Historic Sites on Long Island Need Saving, Group Says

The list includes a late 19th century Sacred Heart Church and Rectory in Cutchogue, which was built by Irish and German immigrants.

Nassau Debates New District Maps, Court Fight Looms

Nassau Legislature's GOP majority wants to OK a new political map to force four Democrats to run against each other in two redrawn districts.