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With the first day of school rapidly approaching, Seaford families are enjoying the final days of the youngsters’ summer recess at local parks. more
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School District 12 residents will be asked to vote on a $19.7 million bond proposition that would fund new facilities to accommodate its growing arts program and provide new resources for its expanding science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, curriculum. An official presentation will be made to the community at the district’s Sept. 13 board meeting, and a community vote is scheduled for Nov. 16. more
June A. Loesch, a former Radio City Rockette and the founder of the June Claire School of Dance in West Hempstead and three other locations, who taught thousands of people to dance, died last week. She was 94. more
Long Beach firefighters and police rushed to 233 Shore Rd. Tuesday morning after approximately five balconies collapsed at the Sunlit Terrace Apartments. more
The city prohibited swimming along its beaches on Tuesday due to strong rip currents generated by Hurricane Gaston. Though forecasters say that the storm will not impact Long Island and is losing … more
Two people are in critical condition after the personal watercraft they were riding in Reynolds Channel struck a metal stanchion on the Long Island Rail Road Bridge. The Long Beach Fire … more
One of two swimmers who were caught in a rip current on Monday died after Long Beach lifeguards pulled the men from the water at Edwards Boulevard beach during an after-hours rescue. Police have … more
Sandra Ingraffia, a talented bowler and a co-owner of Malverne’s San-Dee Lanes bowling center, died August 23 of liver cancer. She was 79. more
It was Friday afternoon during the Qualifying Tournaments week of the U.S. Open, and Long Island’s presence was found throughout the National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadow Park. On Practice Court Three, 13 members of Malverne High School girls tennis team was firmly situated in the grandstand seats with their coach, Patrice Ward, examining the professionals’ techniques. “I’m looking at her serves,” said Minahil Mudassar as she and her teammates watched Venus Williams practice. “It is the most important thing in the game.” Others, like Roshni Shukla were examining other skills. “I’m looking at backhands,” said Shukla, who just joined the tennis team this year and said the two-handed backhand was the more difficult skill for her. more
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