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Street Fair Fun This Saturday

Carnival games, vendors and thousands of people will fill Post Avenue this Saturday for the annual B.I.D. Street Fair. The street fair serves as a great way to highlight the village of Westbury’s offerings, as well as a great local tradition for residents to enjoy. “We want to promote everything downtown Westbury has … [Read More...]


Village Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Westbury celebrated its rich diversity this past Sunday during its annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration. The event was hosted by the Latino Advisory Council, Village of Westbury and Greater Westbury Council for the Arts and was an afternoon filled with activities for the whole family, as well as music, crafts and … [Read More...]


Art Mart Highlights Handmade Pieces

Art lovers from Westbury and beyond had the unique opportunity to enjoy strolling in the sun as they searched for specialty, one-of-a-kind items at the Westbury Art Mart on Saturday, Sept. 26. Everything from handmade art pieces, to handcrafted jewelry and cards, wooden masks, and unique chocolates and teas were … [Read More...]


Westbury Falls To Freeport

Coming off a season-opening loss to Hempstead, Westbury (0-2) dropped their second straight game, 2-0, to Freeport Thursday, Sept. 24 —a team Westbury girls soccer coach Kori Petrelli calls a friendly rival. … [Read More...]

The Holiday Inn Westbury was transformed into a Hawaiian oasis

Fundraiser Raises $16K For Angela’s House

The Holiday Inn Westbury’s recent Hawaiian luau fundraiser surpassed all expectations, raising $16,633 for Angela’s House, a Long Island charity that provides services for medically frail children. Attendees enjoyed Hawaiian-inspired fare and tropical drinks, as well as entertainment from luau dancers in the hotel’s garden … [Read More...]


Board Adopts Bond Referendum

The Westbury School District Board of Education adopted a bond referendum at their Sept. 17 meeting and now it’s up to the voters if they want to approve a $172.6 million bond for major building improvements, including the construction of a new middle school. … [Read More...]


Barber Collects Water For Haitians

When Leonard “Sparrow” Llewellyn heard that thousands of Haitians were being deported from the Dominican Republic and living in makeshift camps along the border, he felt compelled to help his fellow man. In 2013, a Dominican Supreme Court ruling said people born in the country between 1929 to 2010 to non-citizen parents … [Read More...]

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