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.

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Calendar Of Events April 27 to May 10

Here's a select list of events happening in the Long Island Weekly readership area. I Love My Park Day Events From the description: “I Love My Park Day, held the first Saturday in May, attracts thousands of...

Calendar Of Events April 20-May 1

Here is a selection of events happening in the Long Island Weekly readership area: Tuesday, April 20 Dance Adelphi Guest artist Larry Keigwin brings his unique brand of clever, brilliantly sculpted, highly entertaining work with a new piece...

The Long Island Weekly Calendar Of Events

Here is a select list of things to do and experience in the Long Island Weekly readership area. Wednesday, April 14 Kinky Boots Guild Hall presents streams of Kinky Boots through Tuesday, April 20. Captured live from the...

The State Of The Governor

‘Pandemic honeymoon’ over, Cuomo fights for his political life Every political sexual scandal is unique. And yet there are patterns that repeat themselves whenever an elected official is caught up in a cycle of accusations of...

The Struggle To Find Vaccination Appointments

New York State lowered the age of COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to 30 on March 30. Starting Tuesday, April 6, vaccine shots will be open to anyone 16 and over. In the short run, this will likely...

A Passport To Normalcy

County eyes seniors, underserved communities for vaccines • Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the opening of 10 mass vaccination sites, including one at SUNY Old Westbury. They opened on Friday, March 19. Eligible New Yorkers will be...

Paul’s Excellent Seal Adventure

While walking on Field No. 5 at Jones Beach last month, Paul Mila of Carle Place spotted this harbor seal. It had, per Mila, “hauled out” to get some sun. Making sure that the seal wasn’t...

Professor Files Complaint Against Hofstra

Westbury’s Dobrin alleges age discrimination, contract breach Emeritus is an honorific commonly associated with retired college professors, but there is nothing retiring about Arthur Dobrin of Westbury. A full professor at Hofstra University for most of 32...

Sams Takes Helm At SUNY Old Westbury

After a 10-month search with dozens of candidates considered, SUNY Old Westbury tapped Syracuse native Dr. Timothy E. Sams to lead the four-year institution. He succeeds Dr. Calvin O. Butts III, who stepped down last...

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Catholic Schools Week: Frequently Asked Questions

What is Catholic Schools Week? Catholic Schools Week is an annual event, celebrated across the country during the last week in January. The week is...

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With the summer sun blazing on us during these final months of the season, it’s only right that you indulge in some ice cold...

Alzheimer’s Foundation Of America Awards $100,000 Grant To NYU Winthrop

Hospital will use the funds to develop new Alzheimer’s treatments The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) recently announced a $100,000 grant to NYU Winthrop Hospital...

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due To Potential Safety Risk

  Kidde has recalled its Dual Sensor (Photoelectric and Ionization) Smoke Alarms, Models PI2010 and PI9010, due to a potential safety risk. A yellow protective cap...

College Trip Planning Guide For High School Students

By Tony Moschella The start of a new school year offers a prime time to research and plan college visits for the prospective college student....
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