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It was a night of record-setting success for South Nassau Communities Hospital at its 2018 Soirée Under the Stars fundraiser, benefitting the center’s $60 million Emergency Department … more
For the second time, Democrat Mike Reid, of Merrick, is challenging longtime incumbent Republican Assemblyman Dave McDonough, also of Merrick, for his 14th District seat. The Herald asked both … more
Local libraries are giving more to the public than books. Libraries in Wantagh, Seaford, Levittown and a dozen other hamlets and villages in Nassau County are participating in this year’s Great Giveback Day Oct. 13. more
For My Happy Place Day Care in Seaford, every day is a celebration of Hispanic heritage. But to mark Hispanic Heritage Month, from mid-September to mid-October, there will be an extra focus on trying Spanish food, learning about other countries and mastering the Spanish words for basics like colors and numbers from one to 10. more
Wantagh resident Danny Sandoval first noticed Latino and black communities being taken advantage of in the car business in May 2014. Since he is of Hispanic heritage, Sandoval decided to act, and … more
The race for District 17 in the New York State Assembly has John Mikulin vying for the seat just shy of six months into his tenure after winning a special election in April. This November, Democrat … more
Part two of two Of the 12 public school districts in Nassau that unknowingly purchased defective artificial turf fields between 2006 and 2012, only the Levittown School District has filed a claim to have its two high-school fields replaced for free. more
In an effort to continue paying its property taxes, the Knights of Columbus in Wantagh has renovated its hall, and announced the venue is available to rent for an event. more
The new Sippy Cups Café in Seaford caters to its customers — moms and their children, such as Adina Skoler, who grew up in Wantagh, and her 3-year-old son Jake. more
The new artificial-turf fields made of Duraspine fibers were meant to last up to 15 years and significantly reduce the cost of field maintenance — virtually paying for themselves after just a few years, according to their marketing campaigns. more
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