When Eileen Alber, 70, started waking up at 1 a.m., grabbing a flashlight and walking to the backyard of her Seaford Harbor home to check the water levels and the moon on a regular basis, she knew she had to move.
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, along with his wife, Linda, and Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto, were arrested early Thursday on a 13-county indictment, according to published reports.
After hearing 14 hours of testimony on Oct. 13, the Hempstead Town Board of Zoning Appeals will determine the fate of a proposed cabaret in Wantagh. William Stephen Dean, better known as Billy …
After 54 years of dispatching for the Wantagh Fire District, Roger Harwood, of Seaford, retired this year from a job that he said offered him friends, family and a sense of purpose.
Wantagh and Seaford residents — some of whom have raised concerns about foul odors wafting from the Cedar Creek Sewage Treatment Plant onto local streets — will soon be able to track the …
Pink washed over MacArthur High School’s football field on Oct. 14, as ribbons, balloons and sparkling decorations lined the fence and bleachers. Dozens of students, faculty and Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown residents wore shirts in various shades of the color as well, all in support of Pink Out — the Generals’ annual breast cancer awareness football game and fair.
Waves of pink washed over Jones Beach State Park last Sunday during Making Strides of Long Island — a walk designed to celebrate breast cancer survivors, honor those who have died and raise money for the American Cancer Society.
Hempstead Town Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney starts every morning the same way.
Longtime Seaford residents have said that preserving the community’s history is both an important and sometimes challenging task. But library leaders aim to make that process easier as they expand their oral history initiative, with help from neighbors and local groups.
Thousands of Long Islanders came out to Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh on Sunday to “light it up blue” for autism awareness. Before participating in a 3-mile walk, hosted by Autism Speaks, locals raised nearly $600,000 to advance research and improve availability of new and better treatments for those who have the disorder.
Locals said that they had plenty of fall fun at the Seaford Historical Society’s 10th annual Harvest Fair on Sunday.
The Levittown Community Council, comprising residents of Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown, presented Kristina Spano, Division Avenue High School’s senior class president, with the Youth Recognition Award on Sept. 26.
The Seaford Chamber of Commerce and locally elected leaders welcomed two new businesses to the community — What a Girl Wants, a women’s clothing and accessory boutique, and the Selvin Law Firm — last week.
Whether they were enrolled at Mandalay Elementary or one of two local middle schools, Thomas Burke’s students have always looked up to him — literally. Standing at 6 feet tall, Seaford Harbor Elementary’s new principal had to crouch down to speak with youngsters face to face at several back-to-school events in August and September.
Richner Communications, Long Island’s largest publisher of community media, has acquired the assets of the Gold Coast Gazette, a weekly community newspaper covering the legendary Gold Coast communities on the North Shore of Long Island. The terms of the sale were not disclosed.
Hundreds made their way to Jones Beach State Park on Saturday to remember loved ones, connect with others interested in a charitable cause and help educate others on the diverse needs of the brain tumor community at the third annual Long Island Brain Tumor Walk.