Vet gets Christmas card from WWII friend
An unexpected Christmas card brought an Oceanside man back 65 years.
LI man recalls father's grim WWII experiences
Wayne Howard says Memorial Day means more to him now that he has dug into the past of the World ...
20 sports facts from the end of WWII
Sixty-six years ago today, May 8, 1945 (a Tuesday) -- forever known as V-E Day -- the Allies announced the ...
LI Tuskegee airman at White House screening
Roscoe Brown, 89, who has a home in Sag Harbor, attended a White House screening of "Red Tails," a film on the WW II heroism of the Tuskegee Airmen.
LI federal judges recount WWII experiences
On Memorial Day, Judge Jack B. Weinstein, 90, will lead the Village of Great Neck parade as its grand marshal. ...
African-Americans share post-WWII LI stories
Julius Pearse had a plan when he sought employment in 1962 as a police officer in Freeport -- "break the ...
LI veterans recall D-Day decades later
As D-Day roiled across the water, Jim Treuchtlinger awaited his turn to hit the beach that would become known as ...
Crew of bomber lost off LI to be honored
Last spring, fishing for porgies at a spot some 70 miles southeast of the Shinnecock Inlet known as "The Lump," ...
Women WWII veterans honored
As the Battle of the Bulge raged just over the horizon in January 1945, Anne Santacroce helped treat the mangled ...
Former WWII opponents meet over tea
The chance meeting was unimaginable: Two men, once mortal enemies in a brutal battle, sharing a pot of tea in ...