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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
The Nassau County Legislature unanimously approved legislation on Nov. 25 to restrict the sale of most flavored vape products countywide. The law’s passage follows a recent uptick in vaping-related … more
Driving past the small wooden structure on Hicksville Road in Seaford, it appears at first glance that it could be almost anything. A preschool, perhaps, or a church of some kind — Pentecostal? … more
Nothing brings a community’s children together like organized youth sports. Gathering to learn sportsmanship, a work ethic and a high moral standard in a safe and fun environment for sports is the … more
The Seaford Public Library Board of Trustees has spoken – and John M. Scaparro, 57, of Seaford, has been chosen to fill the open seat on the library board. The seat was vacated after the … more
U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice announced on Nov. 26, that she was endorsing South Bed Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg for president. With the announcement, Rice, a Garden City Democrat whose 4th Congressional … more
It is hard to imagine a better setting for a holiday “Winter Wonderland” event than a spacious community location with hundreds of locals gathered under glistening snowfall with hot food, … more
Commitment comes in many forms, and a longstanding commitment to community is exactly what William K. Field IV, 65, has exuded over the past 47 years. Field, of Wantagh, joined the Wantagh Fire … more
The mission is to support retired military personnel with a range of services and resources and according to Ralph Esposito, director of the county Veterans Agency — “the event is a mission to … more
If the holiday season approaches, but you’re not feeling very holly-jolly, you’re not alone. Forty-six percent of New York metro area residents have high or very high levels of holiday-induced stress, according to a new “Truth in Medicine” poll conducted by Mount Sinai South Nassau. By comparison, only 31 percent are very highly or highly stressed during non-holiday periods. more
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