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He is scanning the Atlantic, as he has for three months almost every summer since John F. Kennedy was president. Lee Hahn may be in between bites of a chicken sandwich. He may be loudly channeling Elvis. If the ocean is calm, he may have drifted into the observant-daydreaming state lifeguards master. If there are waves, he may be having a hard time sitting still, envying the off-hour guards on surfboards out past the break, catching rides while he can only watch. more
In 2010, people in Merrick, Bellmore, Wantagh and Seaford paid nearly five times more for tap water than people in East Meadow, Levittown, Lido Beach and Uniondale, according to an engineering firm working for the Water Authority of Southeastern Nassau County. The first four communities got their water from the company Long Island American Water. The second four got theirs from the Town of Hempstead ... more
Nassau County Police say that a Manhattan woman drove drunk with her two children in the car while in Seaford earlier this week. more
Brandon Nussbaum may have joined the Cub Scouts at the urging of his parents, but he stayed in the scouts and earned his Eagle rank because it was something he wanted to do for himself. more
Jester Jim visited Harbor Elementary School on Aug. 15, a treat for children who took part in the Seaford Library’s summer reading program. more
The Town of Hempstead has announced that it will be repaving Nancy Lane in Seaford as part of its Capital Improvement Program. The road runs from Marina Park Drive to Darby Lane. more
A star rose from Seaford last Sunday night on ABC’s new singing competition “Rising Star,” when 20-year-old Jesse Kinch won with 76 percent of the vote, over competitor Austin French. Kinch concluded the night by singing his favorite song from the competition, “I Put A Spell On You.” more
The second year of Common Core testing showed improved results, but passing rates still fell well below past levels. more
A pair of Nassau County legislators are vying for an open seat in the State Senate, with both candidates recently picking up major endorsements. more
Utility 2.0, an updated power program that the Public Service Electric and Gas company (PSEG) said would cost about $200 million, will begin its implementation stage in early 2015. After … more
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