A new development in Plainview is one step closer to becoming a reality after Oyster Bay’s Town Board voted unanimously last week to approve the final environmental impact statement for a condominium project at Old Country Road and Round Swamp Road. [Read more…]
Jericho High School tends to foster strong community values in its students—even those that are relatively new to the area. [Read more…]
In some people’s minds, the words “rowing machine” conjure up images of that lonely corner of the gym where members rarely venture or that hulking basement fixture, too antiquated to use and too big to throw away. [Read more…]
Temple Or Elohim, 18 Tobie Lane in Jericho, welcomes all as the sisterhood presents New York City Detective Ike Iikiw today at 11 a.m. The detective will tell stories of law enforcement unlike anyone else; from experiences in the transit police, the NYPD, the FBI and as a private investigator. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear him speak, buy his book or win a raffle for one of his walking tours. Event is $5 for adults and free for children under 13. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 516-433-9888 ext. 14.
The Chinese Music Ensemble of New York will be performing at the Jericho Library at 2 p.m. Don’t miss this program played on traditional instruments such as erhu, dizi, yangqin, pipa and ruan. The selections will include folk and chamber music of China. The ensemble, founded in 1961, is the oldest Chinese orchestra in the U.S. Their goal is promote Chinese music. Join the library for a delightful, enlightening and entertaining afternoon. Jericho cardholders may pick up tickets immediately. Non-residents may pick up tickets beginning March 13.
Jericho High School students Erica L. Busch, Sy-Wei Ho, Danny Huang, Taylor Y. Kang, Gene Lee, Bryan Lei, Ien Li, Grace Mok, Rameel S. Rizvi and Eric Joseph Wildstein were recently recognized as National Merit Scholarship winners and each are the recipients of a $2,500 Merit Scholarship. [Read more…]
Artifacts from the Jericho Fire Department will be featured in the Local History display case (on the second floor) for the months of March and April. Stop by and check it out. [Read more…]
Cops are investigating whether a robbery in Hicksville on Sunday is connected to a string of gas station robberies and the murder of a Jericho gas station attendant in January. [Read more…]
When artist Jon Imber began to be affected by ALS, he switched from painting with his right hand to his left, and then, as the degenerative condition worsened, with both hands at his waist. But despite his increased motivation to work, Imber’s paintings and intimate conversations with his wife reveal his fears. [Read more…]
By Gina Levy
Under the Sea was the theme of this year’s Book Fair at Robert Seaman Elementary in Jericho. Not only did students get to pick out their favorite books to read and take home, but also there was so much more. [Read more…]