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She’s only been living in Bellmore since October. Originally from Massapequa, Jacqueline LeDuc, 29, has been volunteering with Operation S.P.L.A.S.H. in Freeport since moving back to Long Island … more
An Oakland Gardens man was stopped on Sunrise Highway in Seaford at 3:35 a.m. on Christmas morning and arrested for driving while intoxicated after being observed going the wrong way. more
A northbound driver suffering from dementia collided with two southbound vehicles while going the wrong way on the Wantagh State Parkway on Dec. 18 at 10:22 p.m., causing a three-car collision, according to the N.Y. State Police. more
When faith leaders and congregants were planning the merger of East Meadow’s Temple Emanu-El and Wantagh’s Temple B’nai Torah, an idea that came to mind was to create a heritage trip on which … more
A Wantagh man was arrested on Nov. 5 in connection with a string of six burglaries in Seaford, according to Nassau County police. more
A Baldwinite is accused of supplying drugs to dealers as part of a narcotics distribution ring that operated throughout Long Island and parts of New York City, the Suffolk County District Attorney announced Nov. 8. A second Baldwin man, four Freeporters, a Rockville Centre resident and a Wantagh woman were also arrested as part of the bust, prosecutors announced. more
A Baldwinite is accused of supplying drugs to dealers as part of a narcotics distribution ring that operated throughout Long Island and parts of New York City, the Suffolk County District Attorney … more
A Wantagh man was arrested on Nov. 5 in Seaford and charged with multiple counts of burglary and attempted burglary following a wave of Halloween break-ins that had alarmed local residents. Daniel … more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
Rabbi Moshe Weisblum, of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Wantagh, described himself as “heartbroken” in the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 dead and six injured. Weisblum said the community would hold daily prayer services and two synagogue gatherings. All week and into the weekend he will be conducting special memorial prayers during the morning and evening services, he said. more
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