Great Neck Man Murderered in Flatbush: A Flatbush shopkeeper from Great Neck is the latest victim in a series of suspected serial killings which have left police searching for clues and area residents on edge.
Great Neck Student Victim of Lewd Act: Great Neck School District residents are on alert after a female student was subjected to a lewd act as she walked home from school last week, according to Great Neck School District officials.
Pedestrian Struck Sunday in Great Neck Plaza: A pedestrian was struck Sunday on South Middle Neck Road in Great Neck Plaza near the Long Island Rail Road Station, according to police.
Great Neck Rower Commits to SMU: Port Rowing recently held a ceremony to celebrate the signing of Letters of Intent by two of its athletes as they commit to competing at the college level next year.
Great Neck North Lacrosse Player Commits to Haverford College: Great Neck North senior midfielder Evan Dorman has committed to Haverford College to play lacrosse next year, according to NCSA Athletic Recruiting.
: Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman voted against an amended 2013 budget that would include changes made by the councilmembers.
Sandy's Dark Cloud Cast Shadow on Black Friday: Retailers nationwide have been expecting a good holiday shopping season, but it may be a slow start for local stores on Long Island.
Sewer District Collecting Turkey Grease For Biofuel Program: Is a deep-fried turkey on the menu this holiday season at you holiday table? If so, the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District wants some of your leftovers.
Nassau Brings in Barclays Developer for Coliseum Property: Nassau County announced Tuesday its plans to "reinvent" the Nassau Coliseum by bringing in Forest City Ratner Companies (FCRC), the same developer responsible for Brooklyn's Barclay's Center.
Glitch in 7th Senate Race Leads to Emergency Ballots: Even though two weeks have passed since Election Day, officials are still counting emergency ballots in the state 7th Senate racebetween incumbent Sen. Jack Martins, R-Mineola, and challenger Daniel C. Ross, D-Manhasset, due to reported failures of ballot scanning machines at polling places in the district.