A bell tolled 11 times at Seaford High School last week as a crowd of silent onlookers honored the lives of the 2,977 people who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Family members of …
For most Americans, including Seaford resident Ken Haskell, Sept. 11, 2001, began like any normal day. Haskell, a second-generation New York City firefighter who was assigned to the FDNY’s …
In late September 2001, Massapequa resident Tom Condon, then a Seaford High School guidance counselor, was coaching a football game when he was approached by Ken Haskell.
After being forced to cancel last year’s festivities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Seaford Chamber of Commerce will host its second annual Fall Festival this October. The event is slated …
Seaford school district officials are looking to implement a new “vibe studio” at the High School.
An unauthorized individual was fatally struck on the railroad tracks near the Wantagh Long Island Rail Road station Tuesday night.
Murray Steinberg’s 99th birthday was a community affair.
At 10 a.m. on Sept 10, a small group of Wantagh School District parents gathered outside Wantagh High School to protest the district’s mask mandate for students. The 20 or so people who took …
It was a solemn scene on Sept. 9 at Heroes’ Walk in Wantagh: With candle flames flickering in the wind, residents bowed their heads as the Wantagh American Legion Pipe Band played …
A new group in the early stages of formation could help improve the lives of Nassau County residents with disabilities.
Years ago, my wife and I walked onto a Martha Vineyard’s beach with my Cornell University advisee and his parents, only to be confronted by a white man asking where we thought we were going.
My wife called soon after 9 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, her voice measured but tense. I was half-awake, preparing myself for the day . . .
It has been a season of extremes, but after the floods, fires, winds, Covid surges, ICUs getting slammed, little ones getting sick, and the heat waves, one drumbeat persists . . .
More than 80 percent of Nassau County adults have received at least their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. That’s excellent. Overall . . .
With all the highly necessary talk about the Covid-19 vaccine, it would be easy to overlook the flu shot, which each of us should get every year, but only about half of us do.