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Thursday, November 27, 2014
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About a thousand runners will hit the streets of Seaford on Dec. 6 as the Wellness Council will hold its 11th annual Hot Chocolate Run, beginning and ending at the high school. more
Nearly 600 Seaford veterans would see a reduction in their school taxes if the Board of Education approves a partial school tax exemption at its next meeting on Dec. 4. more
Clean drinking water is an expectation of all Long Islanders and Americans, but in portions of Nassau County, it takes some extra effort to deliver that to people’s faucets. more
There are certain items that can be found in every classroom in the United States — desks, books, bulletin boards and the American flag. The latter was the subject of a program for students at Jonas Salk Middle School on Nov. 14. more
Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray cited famed singer Perry Como when announcing the start of a free pet adoption program at the town’s animal shelter: “There’s no place like home for the holidays.” more
Local congregations in Wantagh and Seaford are doing their part to combat hunger. “The need is great and getting greater,” said Ele Ruth Melendez, the director of social ministry at St. Frances de Chantal Church. more
Nassau County voters will choose their next district attorney in November 2015, ten months after current D.A. Kathleen Rice leaves the post for a seat in Congress. Meanwhile, Rice’s top deputy or an appointee of Gov. Andrew Cuomo will take the reins as the county’s head prosecutor. more
Cliff Miller may be a world-class artist, but he is still a hometown boy whose roots are firmly planted in Seaford. more
A little girl in a Daisy Scout’s vest walked with her mother and sister to give a man in uniform a handmade bookmark. This man, Al Klages, fought in the Korean War as a paratrooper. He accepted the little girl’s bookmark, made of beads and string, and offered her something in return. more
The public-private partnership between United Water and Nassau County has been touted as a way to save the county money and improve wastewater infrastructure, but for the county workers at Cedar Creek, the transition process has been bumpy. more
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