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There was no shortage of school spirit at Jonas Salk Middle School on Feb. 15. Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown residents flocked to the fifth annual Levittown School District Challenger League homecoming basketball game. more
Raymond Cody, a 75-year-old Wantagh resident, was a 20-year-old seaman on the USS Noa on Feb. 20, 1962 when astronaut John Glenn returned to Earth after orbiting the planet three times during the height of the Space Race with the Soviet Union. Although his team was assigned to the recovery flotilla, Cody never expected to see the capsule come down from the sky and splash into the Atlantic Ocean, cheer as Glenn climbed out onto the deck of the destroyer and bear witness to a significant moment in American history. more
The Central High School District approved a motion on Feb. 14 to recognize Islam’s two holiest holidays on the school calendar beginning next year. more
Today, an Acura dealer sits on the corner of South Terrace Place and West Merrick Road in Valley Stream, but for many years, it was the Park Inn Garage and Park Inn Ford. more
Jan. 6: Public Swearing-In Ceremony, State Senator John Brooks — Seaford High School, Seaford Elected officials have private swearing-in ceremonies just prior to their assuming whatever … more
Tommy Cuccias is a diehard cyclist. more
The East Rockaway School District held its first meeting to discuss its 2017-18 budget on Feb. 14 at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School. more
Paul Lynch, the superintendent for finance at Lynbrook Public Schools, presented the Board of Education with a proposed budget of over $44.9 million on Feb. 15. This budget would be an increase of more than $781,000 from the previous school year. more
The Board of Education for the Lynbrook School District kept a cell phone ban at Lynbrook High School in place at its Feb. 8 meeting, despite a student petition urging it to change the edict. more
Boy Scouts from Troops 332 and 121 and Pack 84 had an opportunity to participate in local government at the East Rockaway village board meeting on Feb. 13. As part of the annual Good Government Night, the scouts took on the roles of village officials. They approved minutes, shared reports and led the Pledge of Allegiance. more
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