Neighbors

Seaford welcomes three new businesses

Bayview Street is open for business. The owners of three shops on the Seaford Harbor street held grand opening ceremonies on May 19. Chamber of Commerce and elected leaders welcomed the Bayview …

And the beat goes on

An ensemble of 55 musicians performed Broadway tunes and orchestra pieces at the Seaford Community Jazz Band spring concert at the high school on May 13 in honor of Joseph Manso — the former …

Army Corps to study back bays

The South Shore faces an increased risk of natural hazards — including erosion, coastal wave action, storm surge, floods and severe winds — caused by coastal storms, explained Peter Weppler, chief of the environmental analysis branch of the planning division of the New York District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ planning division to a crowd of residents at Seaford High School last week.

Neighbors

Celebrating ‘special someones’ at Harbor School

May 5 was a special day at Seaford Harbor Elementary School.

State of the sewage

The Western Bays stretch for 10 miles, from Rockaway Inlet in the west to Jones Inlet in the east. For decades, they’ve been in decline.  By U.S. Environmental Protection Agency …

Seaford teen has a passion for dance

When 17-year-old Jared Stern was 6, he auditioned for an elite competitive dance team at Center Stage in Farmingdale. The youngster from Seaford had never taken the standard set of tap, jazz and …

Seaford Library hosting Spring Speaker Series

Have you ever wondered how the Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed? Or how Long Island shipwrecks have affected marine life? Seaford residents can learn this and more at the library during the …

Always running

Kelly Perno-Grosser, a 36-year-old Seaford resident, does a lot of running around: taking her two daughters — Bridget, 7, and Charlotte, 4 — to and from school, going to work and shopping. But in her precious free time, she said she actually runs — just for herself.

Hempstead Town Councilman Hudes is stepping down

Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes announced last Monday that he would step down from the board in June. A Republican from Levittown, Hudes serves northern sections of Wantagh and Seaford. He …

Herald Newspapers 
seeking 2017 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2017 summer interns for our 15 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach to …

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Grateful Greyhounds headed to Tackapausha Museum

The Friends of Tackapausha group is calling all local dog lovers to the museum, in Seaford, next weekend for a special presentation. Grateful Greyhounds, a Long Island nonprofit organization, will …