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Strap on the parachute. Clip into the chair and secure the harnesses. Headset, check. Canopy, check. Safety, check. more
Harrison Gorman, a 17-year-old from Massapequa, was part of St. William the Abbot’s record-breaking freestyle relay team at the Catholic Youth Organization of Nassau and Suffolk swim … more
For Barbara Segal, painting isn’t just a hobby. It’s an escape. more
On a recent Friday at 2:30 p.m., a Harley Davidson rumbled up Freeport’s famed Nautical Mile, a.k.a. Woodcleft Avenue, followed soon after by a very expensive, very red Italian sports car, revving its engine. Couples strolled up and down the street in search of the perfect bar or restaurant to spend an 85-degree evening. Already the outdoor eateries, with their umbrella-shaded tables, had begun to fill up. more
It was the last day of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus’s final performance at Nassau Coliseum and Malvernite John Di Leonardo was on the sidewalk in front of the Coliseum, yelling into a megaphone. more
About 50 people marched up and down the sidewalk on Roth Road in Seaford on May 11, protesting outside U.S. Rep. Peter King’s home because he voted in favor of the House of … more
When Malverne resident Jimmy Pannullo isn’t busy running his construction business, E&F Contracting — a Franklin Square-based company — he is working to make a better life for sick children. more
Residents passed the 2017-18 budgets for the Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown school districts on May 16, in addition to supporting a slew of ballot propositions and board of education … more
The South Shore faces an increased risk of natural hazards — including erosion, coastal wave action, storm surge, floods and severe winds — caused by coastal storms, explained Peter Weppler, chief of the environmental analysis branch of the planning division of the New York District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ planning division to a crowd of residents at Seaford High School last week. more
For many senior citizens in the Wantagh area, driving to the doctor or dentist can be a hassle. But with the help of Friends In Safe Hands, or FISH, getting to necessary appointments is no longer an issue. more
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