As the Seaford and Wantagh school districts consider safety committee input and recommendations in response to the Parkland, Fla., school shootings, the nearby Massapequa Board of Education voted last month to hire armed security guards.
For the past 20 years, Seaford residents Sean and Kristen Urban have saved up for vacations in the Caribbean islands. Although they love these regular escapes from reality, Sean explained, they both …
Both the Wantagh and Seaford school districts are embracing science, technology, engineering and math — a group of academic disciplines known as STEM — or those subjects plus the arts (or STEAM), despite a recent national study showing declining interest in science- and tech-related careers among teenage boys.
Four Girl Scouts from Seaford complete socially and significantly sustainable projects to earn the highest Gold Awards at recent ceremony.
Nassau Republican legislators have asked County Executive Laura Curran to reopen the 8th police precinct, which covers North Wantagh, and the 6th precinct in Manhasset.
Phil Kingsbury rode attempted to ride 400 miles over a 24-hour period in Seaford's Cedar Creek Park for the fifth straight year.
A Seaford man was arrested for allegedly impersonating a police officer with fake identification and other paraphernalia, New York State Police said.
Cyclists who are ready to bike deep into the West End of Jones Beach State Park in Wantagh will no longer have to wait until the summer of 2019.
The mass shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md., on June 28 struck all of us at the Herald Community Newspapers hard. Five Gazette staff members are dead and two are wounded. These …
Four Seaford parents, two trustees and several schoolteachers and administrators have been chosen as members of the District’s newly established Security Guard Staffing Review Advisory Committee.
Does the latest sexist outrage mean we have to start burning our bras again?
We’re hearing a lot lately from a couple of former FBI officials who both claim to have held the highest moral ground in their respective public careers. Neither one of them measures up . . .