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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
As Nassau County neared a phase-by-phase reopening of nonessential businesses, county Comptroller Jack Schnirman released a report last week that projected sales tax losses of $156 million to $360 million. more
With the opening of state beaches for the Memorial Day weekend, including Jones Beach State Park, a raft of new regulations have been put in place to ensure social distancing and public … more
“You are not the only one. So many students are in your position. Reach out to us. We are professionals, and we are here to help,” Wantagh High School psychologist Agnes Ramos said when asked what she tells students who acknowledge that they need help coping with the anxieties of social distancing. more
Patricia Maher acknowledges she isn’t a typical candidate for Congress, and she isn’t a career elected official. But as she says, this is anything but a typical year, and she believes her … more
At 10:40 a.m. on May 14, the Wantagh Fire Department arrived on the scene of a house fire at 2445 Manchester Road in Wantagh. Chief of Department Ken Kelly was first on the scene two minutes after … more
The race for New York’s 2nd Congressional District seat is heating up, even with current social distancing guidelines in place. At the beginning of the year, local candidates were jockeying for endorsements from Long Island political committees and elected officials, hoping to jump out as party favorites. Now congressional hopefuls are fishing for national backers — and they have caught some. more
It may have been cold and drizzly, with leaden skies, and Nassau County may have been in the midst of the worst crisis it has faced in a century, but spirits were as high as if the sun were shining brightly on a carefree world as Seaford and Wantagh celebrated the season with two parades last Friday. more
The Wantagh Chamber of Commerce reluctantly canceled its Second Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, because of concern about the Covid-19 virus. “It was a difficult decision, but we felt … more
Smoke covered the amphitheater at Jones Beach State Park, filling the air with the pungent odor of burning shrubbery and scrub pine, as fire departments from Nassau and Suffolk Counties responded to … more
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