Harrison Marder

Harrison Marder

83 Articles

Cops run terror drills in wake of attacks

In the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris and an assault at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado, the

4 Min Read

East Hills trustees vote to change ID card terms for nannies and grandparents

Nannies and grandparents who visit the Park at East Hills will no longer have to renew their identification cards at

2 Min Read

After injury, a dream is realized in a pilates studio

Three years ago, Monika Halloran was playing soccer with her children in Miami when she tore both her ACL and

4 Min Read

Old Westbury Hebrew students to give dreidels to the blind

Mindy Kremer, director of Youth Education and Family Engagement for the Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation, will soon have helped provide

4 Min Read

Man robbed after phony Craiglist car advertisement, police say

A man lured by a phony car ad on Craigslist was hit on the head with a handgun and robbed

1 Min Read

Old Westbury Gardens select Costopulos as new president

Old Westbury Gardens nationwide search for a new leader has come to end. On Nov. 10, the board of trustees

4 Min Read

Port Washington Board of Education trustee to resign after election as county judge

A practicing lawyer in New York City for 35 years, Port Washington Board of Education Trustee William Hohauser said it

4 Min Read

Manhasset Chamber of Commerce judges poster contest

Retail stores along Plandome Road recently received a large helping hand in promoting holiday sales — 130 holiday-themed posters created

5 Min Read

Morris running unopposed in Manhasset-Lakeville Water District election

Incumbent Manhasset-Lakeville Water District Commissioner Brian Morris will be running for re-election unopposed when voters can cast their ballots on

3 Min Read

Rules Committee of the Nassau County Legislature approves hiring of firm to conduct new traffic study on Roslyn Road

The Rules Committee of the Nassau County Legislature approved unanimously Monday the hiring of Nelson & Pope Engineers & Surveyors

7 Min Read

State champion Roslyn Marching Bulldogs honored by Board of Education and Town of North Hempstead officials

A crowd of more than 200 supporters, including the Roslyn Board of Education, family, friends and Town of North Hempstead

4 Min Read

Two Manhasset seniors selected as finalists in the Siemen’s Competition in Math, Science & Technology

Childhood friends and Manhasset High School seniors Kimberly Te and Christine Yoo were selected as finalists Monday in the Siemen’s

4 Min Read

Manhasset Board of Education checks out Chromebooks

Members of the Manhasset Board of Education and the community got a chance Thursday to experience the new Google Chromebook

4 Min Read

Former musician Matthew Stamm becomes a physician assistant

Matthew Stamm may have graduated from Boston University with a pre-med degree in clinical exercise physiology in 2000, but when

6 Min Read

Nassau County IDA brings hat company to Port Washington

The executive director of the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency said last week that the decision of  Kim & Bae

3 Min Read