Frank Rizzo

Frank Rizzo is a journalist at Anton Media Group. With decades of experience in the industry, he is exceptionally equipped to cover local politics, business and other topics that matter to readers.

More Articles

‘Save Our Stages’ Is Rallying Cry

Entertainment venues see grim future without federal stimulus While the “dance of legislation” continues in our nation’s capital, entertainment venue owners say that their future is bleak without passage of the latest federal coronavirus stimulus bill. In...

Count All, All Count

September 30 (or October 5) is Census 2020 response deadline Editor's Note: As this went to press, there was a dispute between the Trump administration and a federal judge over her injunction to continue the...

PSEG-LI President Apologizes To Customers

  PSEG Long Island President and COO Daniel Eichhorn meets with the media on August 17 after testifying before a committee of the Nassau County Legislature. Earlier that morning, Alternate Deputy Presiding Officer Denise Ford (D–Long...

Backing The Blue

Eisenhower Park hosts pro-cop rally The “silent majority” was loud and raucous at times on a hot late July Saturday afternoon in Eisenhower Park. That’s what Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin (R–Shirley), echoing President Richard Nixon’s famous phrase,...

Learning To Draw Remotely

Joanne Pierce wants to cultivate people’s creativity Online art lessons? Why not. The internet, after all, is just another means of dispensing knowledge and skills. With the pandemic lockdown, people have turned to countless diversions to help...

County Malls Are Officially Open For Business Under Phase 4

A welcome development in Nassau County was the reopening of malls.

LIRR Chief: Practice Self Compliance

Long Island Rail Road President Phil Eng does not want his train crews to enforce the masking and distancing rules.

Hunger Comes Out Of The Shadows

Two events in Nassau County last week put the spotlight on what politicians and other stakeholders call “food insecurity.” On June 29, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visited a warehouse in Bethpage—used by Island Harvest Food Bank—to...

North Hempstead Quiets Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

New rules prohibit commercial activities on Sundays.



Backstreet’s Back

The group’s DNA Tour celebrates two decades of boy band magic I grew up listening to *NSYNC, the Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera....

Panera Bread Raises Dough

Panera Bread presented a check for $13,167 to National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) on March 9. Raised during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a...

Israeli-Americans Show Support For Parker Jewish Institute

The Israeli-American Council delivered meals and masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HTMC Offers Two Opportunities For LI Students To Win Scholarships

The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County (HMTC) annually honors middle school, high school and college students on Long Island who confront...

Stop & Shop Donates Five Tons of Fresh Produce to Long Island Cares

Stop & Shop donated five tons of fresh produce to Long Island Cares to assist Long Beach senior citizens. The fresh fruits and vegetables...