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Partner Steven G. Gaebler, of Seaford, was honored by Schneps Communications, publishers of the Courier chain of newspapers, as one of the 2017 Kings of Queens. The Kings of Queens award … more
Dear friends, On Tuesday evening, Dec. 12, Jews in America, Israel and around the world will come together to light the first candle of Hanukkah — the Festival of Lights. At its heart, … more
Hundreds of runners and walkers hit the streets of Seaford on Dec. 2 for the 14th annual Hot Chocolate Run. The Seaford Wellness Council, an organization that supports dozens of community projects, … more
Nearly 4,000 pounds of turkey and roughly 5,000 pounds of canned and dry food flew out the doors of the Oceanside High School lobby early on Nov. 21. The reason for this mass exodus? Charity, as more … more
Christmas arrived early this year! Dozens of families, parishioners and students from the Seaford community ventured out to the holiday craft fair at St. William the Abbot Catholic School on Jackson … more
When Leana Silipo, 23, visited a friend in Valley Stream, she wasn’t expecting to step outside to find her car splattered with half a dozen egg yolks. Although she brushed off the incident, … more
“’Alexis’ is a name derived from Greek, and it means a helper or protector,” Bethany House Executive Director Sister Aimee Koonmen said at the charity’s annual fashion show fundraiser this … more
Kenny Rotwein, 22, of Oceanside, described by the Nassau County Police Department as a “vulnerable adult,” was reported missing on Friday, Dec. 1. According to a police report, he has a medical … more
The Nassau County Interim Finance Authority last week made good on its threat to impose its own cuts on the county’s $3 billion budget, which legislators have struggled for months to balance to the financial control board’s satisfaction. more
After weeks of negotiation and uncertainty, the bus strike, which left thousands of students across multiple school districts without public transport has finally ended after union workers voted … more
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