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In its continuing mission to reduce the unwanted dog and cat population, the Town of Hempstead has introduced its new mobile surgical van, which will be used to perform spaying and neutering procedures in different communities. more
A deal to clean up the toxic underground plume that is threatening drinking water in Seaford is expected by the end of this month, according to a letter recently sent by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more
Instead of trays of food, the cafeteria tables were covered with science projects at East Broadway School on March 18. The science fair returned from a hiatus of a few years, and energetic Levittown elementary students showed off their hard work to their parents and friends that evening. more
After a winter of non-stop snowstorms and freezing temperatures, Wantagh celebrated the arrival of spring with an Easter egg hunt. The Wantagh Chamber of Commerce held the festivities along with support from local businesses and sponsors. more
Herald Community Newspapers staff came home from their weekend in Saratoga Springs with 14 awards, earned in the New York Press Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest. more
Looking for a unique and tasty treat to add to your Easter table? Two local bakeries are making a variety of aromatic treats — breads, cookies, cakes and novelty baked items — that will make this year’s Easter dinner memorable. more
At only 20 years old, Roddy Roche can say he has saved a life. His bone marrow helped a complete stranger battling cancer, and a recent email stated that her prognosis is good. more
The fate of the Levittown school budget is now in the hands of voters. The Board of Education unanimously adopted a $201.8 million budget that would increase spending by 1.54 percent for the 2015-16 school year if approved on May 19. more
The Freeport Trailer, a work-hiring center for low-wage workers and immigrants, had its most successful fundraiser to date last Sunday, according to Liz O’Shaughnessy, a Merrick resident and executive director of CoLoKi, Inc., which runs the trailer. more
Back in the early days of Wantagh High School, there were no sports for girls, but there was Sports Night. The annual competition has withstood the test of time, even with the advent of Title IX and a wealth of opportunities for female athletes. more
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