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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
The organizers of SantaCon Long Island announced Sunday that its popular bar crawl would be moved to Long Beach’s West End this Saturday after the event was scrapped in Rockville Centre last week. … more
“We call ourselves the best kept secret on Long Island,” said Joe Botkin, founder and vice president of Rebuilding Together Long Island, the local chapter of a national organization dedicated to … more
Michael Tangney, Long Beach’s police commissioner and acting city manager, who was accused of punching a Syosset man in the face during a traffic stop late last year in which the man was charged … more
The all boy Freeport-based Catholic school, De La Salle School, welcomed Geraldo Rivera, journalist and talk show host, for its annual Christmas Luncheon held on Dec. 6 at the Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor. more
Splattered paint in vibrant colors covered the tables in Wantagh High School art teacher Jacqueline Gallo’s classroom as she spoke about her five Advanced Placement art students who were selected to display their works in the 2018 Nassau County High School Student Juried Exhibit. more
Seven standout high school athletes from Seaford and Wantagh high schools signed letters of intent late last month signaling their commitments to continue their playing careers next year at the college and university level. Lacrosse players dominated the field, which also included two soccer stars and one softball player. All seven said they were excited to have the opportunity to continue their academic and athletic careers in a range of settings as varied as the players themselves. more
After more than 100 people signed an online petition urging East Rockaway village officials to make Marion Street a one-way road during school days, village employees recently installed a restricted turn sign at the intersection of Waverly Avenue and Marion. more
Thousands of residents and visitors alike gathered in the West End for the sixth annual Long Beach Electric Light Parade on Saturday. People lined West Beech Street as antique cars, fire trucks, … more
Picture a teen’s bedroom. What do you see? A pile of dirty laundry on the floor, a stack of schoolbooks on the desk, knickknacks lining the walls and shelves. Nothing out of the ordinary — or so … more
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