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For many women battling breast cancer, finding the right clothing to wear while undergoing treatments is often an additional burden. Shirts with front buttons or zippers that allow access to the body … more
A Seaford man and a Point Lookout man were arraigned on grand jury indictment charges last week for their alleged roles in an altercation that led to a shooting in Seaford on Oct. 25, 2019. Nassau … more
Last Saturday, a line of cars, classic and contemporary, pulled up in the municipal lot behind the headquarters of the John Theissen Children’s Foundation in Wantagh. Inside were donated toys. … more
Last week, the Herald reported the death of friend and colleague Timothy John Denton on Nov. 14, at age 67, in Manhasset. Co-workers from Herald Community Newspapers and Richner Communications … more
Dr. Caitlin Wong, Wantagh High School psychologist, was congratulated by the district recently for having her research published in both The Journal of Moral Education and in Child & Youth Care … more
Former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato, who rose from the Hempstead town council to become a U.S. senator from New York and one of the most powerful political figures in the country, has been … more
Temple B’nai Torah, in Wantagh, has been busy throughout the coronavirus pandemic, despite remaining closed to in-person services and staying open only for limited use. Last Sunday, … more
On an unseasonably beautiful 73-degree afternoon last Saturday at Jones Beach, the Wantagh Kiwanis and Wantagh High School Key Club joined forces on the boardwalk to do a bit of … more
At press time on Monday, former Vice President Joe Biden had tallied over 75 million votes in the presidential election — more than any other candidate in history — besting President … more
On Nov. 11, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued two new Covid-19 restrictions as positive cases continued to inch up in New York state. The governor announced mandatory 10 p.m.-to-5 a.m. closures for all … more
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