National Grid blocks Seaford F.D. generator

National Grid continued its moratorium on new natural gas hookups last week with its refusal to allow the Seaford Fire Department to install a new generator. At issue is the installation of a …

Seaford Broncos rumble to stunning Senior Night win

“I believe!” That was the single loud cheer that came from the huddle of the Seaford Broncos 11-year-olds before kickoff on Senior Night, the youth football program’s final game under the …

Police: Shotgun-wielding Wantagh man charged with menacing and harassment

A Wantagh man was arrested and charged with menacing and harassment after he wielded a shotgun to threaten a 62-year-old grandmother and her grandson, according to Nassau County police.

Music comes full circle in Seaford

Twelve years ago, Nick Coacci sat in the middle of the Seaford Middle School band, bass clarinet at the ready, waiting expectantly for the conductor’s down beat. These days, it’s the fresh-faced …

At Vintage Bar it’s all for laughs

The Vintage Bar & Lounge in Wantagh, the site of weekly open mics hosted by comedian, writer and improv teacher D.B. Frick, is a dim and unapologetically honest comedy venue. George Carlin, Eddie …

Op-Ed

Multifamily housing caught in its own ‘Groundhog Day’

Remember Bill Murray in “Groundhog Day”? He played a TV reporter repeating Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pa., again and again. I often feel the same when I look back at my 20 years of public meetings and debates about multifamily housing’s effects on Long Island schools.

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 . . .

50 years on, and the space race still resonates

This past week marked the 50th anniversary of the safe return of the Apollo 11 crew after a 476,000-mile round trip to the moon. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins splashed down in the …