BREAKING NEWS: At least 10 Wantagh, Levittown residents ill with Legionellosis amid statewide outbreak


Planned memorial will honor Iraq, Afghanistan veterans

Veteran John Sottnik, commander of American Legion Post 1273 in Wantagh, said that all veterans have made sacrifices and should be recognized for their efforts. “Every war is an individual …

Seaford welcomes new challenge

The Seaford girls’ soccer moved up to Conference A2 this fall after an unbeaten regular season and is fighting to remain there for the future.

Historical Society shifts from Harvest Fair to Treasure Sale

What was once a crowded Harvest Fair outside the Seaford Historical Society’s Museum on Waverly Avenue — complete with local vendors and live performances in the Town of Hempstead’s …

Inaugural Oktoberfest brings business to bars in Wantagh

Wantagh will host its first-ever Oktoberfest celebration with a bar crawl, aimed at bringing business to local bars.Some of the town’s well-known bars will participate in the event, slated for …

Annual Freaky 5k race will return to Wantagh this weekend

For longtime Wantagh resident Karen Lofgren and her family, John Theissen Children’s Foundation holds a special place in their hearts. “My family has lived in Wantagh for 48 …

Jerry Kremer

A wake-up call to voters

October is a unique month. It’s the time for apple picking, watching the trees change color and, if the weather permits, taking long car trips to interesting places. It’s also the time for candidates for public office . . .

Randi Kreiss

Really, what’s up with the whole world?

Have you noticed that the seams don’t meet the right way and the doorjamb is wobbly? Our house is unstable. The beams of this great edifice called America are slightly off plumb in a number of disturbing ways.

Editorial

Lessons learned during Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanics are Nassau County’s fastest-growing ethnic population, County Executive Laura Curran noted in mid-September, the start of Hispanic Heritage Month . . .

Editorial

We need storm-hardening projects now, not later

Here we are, nine years after Superstorm Sandy pummeled Nassau County’s South and North Shores, still waiting for the federal and state governments to take meaningful action to harden our coastal infrastructure . . .