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Bellmorites Norma Seidman and Lenny Rosenzweig have waited a long time for the new Town of Hempstead dog park at Newbridge Road Park. “We’ve been waiting, and calling up and saying when is it going to be ready?” Seidman said. more
Hempstead Town Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney starts every morning the same way. more
The Wantagh Preservation Society offered residents a glimpse of the community’s past at their 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday. more
Wantagh Park has been a hot spot for waterfront family fun for years in the community. But thanks to a new, colorful facility that opened in the park this month, residents and visitors alike can celebrate Long Island life in a new way. more
Nassau County police received multiple reports of a loud, explosive sound on the South Shore, in the Rockville Centre area, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, according to officials. At press time, it was … more
An overtime victory by the MacArthur High School varsity football team served as the perfect ending for the annual homecoming celebration on Saturday, Levittown District officials said. more
Wantagh pride was in full force on Saturday during the Homecoming parade, football game and festivities. more
Hundreds made their way to Jones Beach State Park on Saturday to remember loved ones, connect with others interested in a charitable cause and help educate others on the diverse needs of the brain tumor community at the third annual Long Island Brain Tumor Walk. more
Ellen Coook, one of the Wantagh Preservation Society’s trustees and program chairwoman, was 26 years old in September of 1966 when the Wantagh Long Island Rail Road station was moved to another location in the community. The little red house, built in 1885, was slated for destruction when the Babylon branch was being elevated throughout the mid-20th century. But thanks to Margaret Aiken — whose civic group, the earliest incarnation of the Preservation Society that was colloquially referred to as Margy and her Steamrollers — the station was donated to the new nonprofit group and moved a few blocks north to 1700 Wantagh Ave. more
The North and Central Merrick Civic Association and LI Clean Air Water & Soil will host a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the North Merrick Public Library at 7 p.m. to discuss a possible water-rate hike. more
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