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A discussion last week among local business owners and a panel of elected officials and representatives of the Long Island Rail Road and the Nassau County Police Department, focusing on the impact of renovations and other problems at the Wantagh LIRR station, often grew heated. more
Employees and local politicians alike celebrated the opening of Zwanger-Pesiri’s new Levittown office with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 20. more
The Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter is again holding its Home for the Holidays pet adoption program, which began last Saturday and runs through Jan. 3. All fees are waived during this time period. more
A fire struck a Springtime Lane home the evening of Nov. 16. No one was home at the time and the fire caused considerable smoke and water damage throughout. more
The Wantagh Fire Department responded to a car fire at 2165 Beech St. on Nov. 19 shortly after 5 p.m. Wantagh’s Engines 693 and 691 were first on scene. more
The Jones Beach Holiday Lights Spectacular is back. The drive-through show opened last Friday night and will continue into the new year. more
December may be the month when winter temperatures arrive, but that won’t stop more than a thousand runners from taking part in two upcoming local races — the Hot Chocolate Run in Seaford and the Snowball Run in Wantagh. more
It was billed as the “Battle of Wantagh Avenue.” Just 1.2 miles separates Wantagh and MacArthur high schools, so when the two schools met last Friday night at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium for the county championship football game, there was much familiarity between the two sides. more
Wantagh residents and other Long Islanders gathered for the second annual Battle of the Bands event last Thursday to promote heart health and honor five young professionals in the surrounding area. more
The Seaford Public Library is spreading holiday cheer with its new program geared to help seniors in the area. Two weeks ago, around 60 Seaford teens, ages 11 and up, took part in a project to create and decorate cards for seniors at the Bristal Assisted Living Facility in neighboring Massapequa. more
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