A Wantagh man was arrested on Nov. 5 in connection with a string of six burglaries in Seaford, according to Nassau County police.
All the hard work put in to win a county championship was on the mind of Wantagh senior outside hitter Grace Riddle when she stepped to the service line with a chance to bring home the title.
Persistence is not a word normally associated with artists. Words like spontaneous or free-spirited come to mind more readily. But Seaford High School art teacher Michael Kerr not only claims to be persistent: He has it in writing.
Veterans and their families all over the U.S. gather annually on Nov. 11 to remember their loved ones who served their country.
Know anyone around town who you’d describe as a true do-gooder –– that PTA president, Little League coach or scout leader who goes above and beyond the call of duty; that community volunteer …
The Rev. Archimandrite Zacharias of Essex, one of the most renowned living exponents of Orthodox monastic spirituality and a direct link to one of the 20th century’s most celebrated saints spoke to an audience of more than 100 at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in East Meadow on Nov. 10.
The Seaford Chamber of Commerce honored John Scannello and Ralph and Claudio Facchini at the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce Breakfast on Oct. 19.
Last Friday night’s rain-soaked Nassau Conference IV football semifinal at Hofstra had all the markings of another nailbiter between defending champion Seaford and West Hempstead when lightning struck — on the field, not in the sky.
For the past 33 years, Runyon’s, in Seaford, has provided homemade Thanksgiving meals to families and individuals in need in Nassau and Suffolk County.
Does the latest sexist outrage mean we have to start burning our bras again?
In my two and a half decades of writing on the environment and pondering solutions to the pressing sustainability issues that our planet — and civilization — face, I never imagined that the answer to reversing our destructive course might lie in nutrition education.