Glen Cove resident Ashley Harding discovered she is the first golfer at Kellenberg Memorial High School to win an individual state championship after reading about her achievement on the school’s website.
Carol Silva is no stranger to parades. The longtime News 12 Long Island anchor used to stand along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan with her Irish mother for many St. Patrick’s Day parades while growing up in Hicksville. As a
Rick Evrard’s enduring childhood memories of Mike Francesa are the outside jump shots the future radio star repeatedly hit on basketball courts at Nevada and Brookline avenues.
Fresh from the “I Worked on Wall Street But It Left Me Unfulfilled” file, meet Ian Linde, late of the $40 billion Jeffries Group and a successful equity trader with Lehman Brothers-Barclays before that.
The state’s Start-Up NY program may be a bit of a dud, but that hasn’t slowed the pace of other university-based programs that seek to support and commercialize innovation from students, staff and the region’s sundry entrepreneurs.
Building on last year’s turnaround season, Seaford girls’ soccer will lean on an experienced defense to help take the team to the next level this fall.
Oceanside’s girls track team placed fourth out of 17 schools at the Nassau County Class AAA championships, producing two individual champs during the meet at Long Beach High School on May 25.
Valley Stream North’s boys’ track and field team won a fourth consecutive Class A spring county championship at Cold Spring Harbor on May 24, scoring in all but three of 18 events, while the Lady Spartans claimed third place.
South Side tasted a thrilling victory and an agonizing defeat in consecutive playoff games that left the Cyclones one win shy of competing for a county title.
Five senior captains were the muscle of an otherwise inexperienced Baldwin squad that managed a playoff berth in Nassau Class A boys’ lacrosse this season.