Nassau County will honor the memory of those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 during a sunset candlelight and remembrance ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial in Eisenhower Park. The ceremony, which will mark the twelfth anniversary of the terrorist attacks, will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8. Click here for more.
New First Precinct Construction to Begin in October
A new First Precinct is set to be built in October, pending approval from the Nassau County Legislature, County Executive Edward Mangano announced Thursday. Click here for more.
Free Movie Screening at The Cradle for Veterans
There will be a free screening of the movie "Honor Flight, One Last Mission" at the Cradle of Aviation Sept. 17 for veterans and their family and friends, Nassau County executive Ed Mangano announced. Click here for more.
Local Car Show Set for Sunday
A nearby car show aimed at driving prostate cancer awareness on Long Island is set for Sept. 8. Proceeds of the L.I. Cruizin' for a Cure Car Show will support free Prostate Cancer testing and education on Long Island. Click here for more.
Wall of Remembrance to Appear in Eisenhower Park
The Wall of Remembrance will be displayed in Eisenhower Park, parking field 8 from Sunday, Sept. 8, through Thursday, Sept. 12, marking the first time the memorial will be displayed in New York. The Wall of Remembrance is a one of a kind traveling memorial that pays tribute to all those lost on September 11, 2001, as well as the fallen heroes and veterans who answered the call to defend our freedom over the past 30 years in the Global War on Terrorism. Click here for more.