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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
Seaford and Wantagh schools have held a series of meetings in the past six weeks to hammer out three broad approaches in response to the Covid-19 crisis: reopening; continuing distance learning; or a combination of the two. more
The Town of Hempstead has come to an agreement with Wantagh business owners and its Chamber of Commerce to facilitate temporary street closures to promote expanded outdoor seating for the … more
In mid-August, the Herald Community Newspapers will start a new webinar series featuring special guests to discuss the big-picture issues affecting Nassau County residents. First up will be a webinar … more
Small businesses will drive recovery in Seaford and Wantagh, State Sen. John Brooks told a group at a webinar last Thursday evening. Brooks gathered a panel of experts to offer the businesses guidance, as their owners seek to recover from the Covid-19 crisis. more
Fresh off of her June primary win, first-time candidate Jackie Gordon, a Democratic former Babylon councilwoman and veteran, kicked off her general election campaign in the 2nd Congressional District on June 13 with a celebratory videoconference. more
Levittown Schools recently named Jordan Margolis as East Broadway Elementary School’s principal. Margolis’ assistant principal for the upcoming school year will be Andrea Ferrari, who will also serve as the assistant principal at Abbey Lane. more
By Visvajit Sriramrajan A statue of Thomas Jefferson, which has stood in front of Hofstra University’s David S. Mack Student Center for more than 20 years, has been relocated to Emily Lowe … more
On July 5, more than 1,000 people gathered at Wantagh High School to show their support for law enforcement officials as part of the Blue Lives Matter movement. more
Wantagh’s annual July Fourth parade may have been canceled, along with a host of other seasonal events that might have risked the health of the hamlet’s residents. But Ella Stevens, the organizer of the 65th Miss Wantagh pageant, along with last year’s Miss Wantagh court and this year’s contestants, were determined that the nearly six-decade tradition of crowning the winner on Independence Day would remain unbroken. more
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