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Grants Provide Relief For Bathrooms

The Westbury Memorial Public Library is outfitted with all the latest technologies and modern amenities—iPads, motion sensor lights, quiet rooms—however, there was one important part of the building that was severely lacking—the bathrooms.  The bathrooms at the Westbury Memorial Public Library are now getting a much … [Read More...]


Local Boxers Duke It Out

In the year it’s been open, the Space at Westbury has been host to musicians, comedians, dancers and on Nov. 13, the venue will open its doors for world class boxers and their loyal fans. Winner Takes All Productions and Greg Cohen Promotions are bringing a night of boxing to the Space on Thursday, Nov. 13. While boxing … [Read More...]


Teen Author Helps Peers Go Into The Abyss

High school students wondering how they will be able to survive that dreaded junior year are getting first hand advice from a newly published author, and he is one of their own. Dave Lacroix, a Westbury High School senior, wrote his book, Into the Abyss: The Eleventh Grade Experience last year when he was just … [Read More...]


Rain Doesn’t Dampen Dragon Spirit

All day rain on Saturday, Nov. 1, moved Westbury’s Homecoming parade inside, but the atmosphere was still lively and festive as students, teachers, staff and community members crowded inside the high school gym to show off their Dragon pride. Several groups performed for the packed house, including the high school and … [Read More...]


A Plum Tree For Joseph Cascio

People remember Joseph Cascio for many things—his outgoing personality, the love he had for his wife and four kids, the motivational talks he would share at the beginning of every meeting of the Carle Place Senior Center. And though he passed away in April, Cascio will not be forgotten; generations to come will get a … [Read More...]


The Man Behind The Lens

When Claire Kelly was 8 years old, she became one of the first girls in Westbury to join the Little League team. The addition of girls to the all-boys team was a huge deal; not everyone was ecstatic about the change and Kelly received several negative comments about her participation. The Westbury Times included coverage of … [Read More...]


Local Finds Passion In Abstract Art

For most of his life, Westbury artist Steven Sivells has done what others have expected of him. Much like one of his favorite superheroes, Superman, he felt as if he were living two separate identities; the one he presented to the world, and the other where he donned his cape and was free to fly into the world of his … [Read More...]

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