Seaford students up for new school year

Tiled floors, locker-lined walls, glass cases full of achievements and memories, and doors that give way to waiting classrooms. The students of the Seaford School District have not seen these sights …

Wantagh grads remembered with digital walls

Mindye Kahn-Brunner cares about the fellow members of her Wantagh High School class of 1975. So much so that in 1999, she joined a website, Classmates.com, so she could answer for herself the …

Seaford schools hire new humanities chief

Dr. Charles Leone thought he had retired. He had a long, successful career as a classroom teacher and administrator, and while he knew he wanted to continue working in education, he never imagined a …

Pharmacist uses nature to heal

Finding comfort in a slow walk in an open field. Seeking solace in a short retreat along wooded trails. Escaping stress and anxiety in a bracing coastal breeze. Imagine sharing these experiences with …

MTA: Same issues a year later

For more than a year, the Wantagh and Seaford Long Island Rail Road stations and their surroundings have seen damage by vandalism, including broken windows and graffiti, as well as maintenance …

Editorial

Help students in need of school supplies

Imagine opening a new marble notebook on the first day of school and taking out your new box of crayons. Now imagine what it might be like to show up to class empty-handed and have to ask your teacher, or a classmate, to borrow a sheet of paper and pencil.

Op-Ed

1969: watershed in a decade of change

By now, nearly every publication has written about the iconic moments in the summer of 1969 when humankind seemed to take a collective breath and move forward . . .