Legendary Locomotive Finds a New Home
Restoration of the historic Locomotive #35, the local relic of the steam railroad era which made its home in Salisbury for two decades, has been completed, a Westbury historian familiar with the project reported last week.
Richard Fenster of Carle Place to Join Heroes March
Carle Place's own Richard Fenster, who amazed the local community with his 1,100-mile walk for charity from Florida to New York this spring, is gearing up for another marathon fund raiser.
1 in 9 Gears Up for Fourth Annual 5K Run/Walk
It's summertime once again, and for 1 in 9: The Long Island Breast Cancer Action Coalition that means getting ready for its Fourth Annual 5K Run/Walk at Eisenhower Park. The event is held each summer in the hope of attracting hundreds of people who are looking to make a difference and reap the benefits of a healthy workout.
Tennis to Stop World Hunger
The weather is hot and so is the tennis! As professional tennis players take to the courts for the U.S. Open, recreational players across Long Island will take to the courts to participate in the "Stop World Hunger" Fall Tennis Tournament. The year 2001 marks the 21st year that the Stop World Hunger Tennis Tournaments have provided an opportunity to take part in no elimination, round-robin play for the benefit of those in greatest need.
A Message from the Village of Westbury
More Ambulance Service Needed