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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
Veterinary schools are nonexistent on Long Island, and until recently, not a single college offered a bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology. That changed last month, when Long Island … more
The crowd erupted in thunderous cheers when the Freeport High School Red Devils defeated the East Meadow Jets 40-0 in last Saturday’s Homecoming game, keeping them on top of Section VIII’s Conference I football standings with a 6-0 record. The squad is currently ranked fourth in the state. more
Most Tuesday nights in the fall, Freeport’s Nautical Mile is quiet. Not so on Oct. 9, however. Outside Jeremy’s Ale House on Woodcleft Avenue, a line formed, as Freeporters waited to enter to … more
Updated at 7:10 a.m., Oct. 20 Valley Stream resident and former Lawrence Woodmere Academy teacher Daniel McMenamin was arrested on Oct. 18 for sexual assault of student, Nassau County police said. more
The City of Long Beach hosted its annual Fall Festival on Saturday where more than 300 people enjoyed seasonal activities like pumpkin picking, a Halloween costume contest and hayrides. Craft … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Long Beach school officials announced the district’s technology plans for the next three years, part of an effort to align with new state requirements … more
Lifelong Long Beach resident and former State Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg recently published a book about his life experiences titled “For the Love of a Child: My Life, My City & My Mission.” … more
Trinity Hairdressing and Makeup Academy in Levittown is inviting local residents to get shorn for breast cancer research. On Oct. 20, the Levittown salon will hold its annual Cut-A-Thon to raise awareness and money to combat the disease. more
The gym was sweltering on a humid Thursday last week as a gaggle of first-graders played line soccer. Their teacher, Robyn Pastuch, gave directions from the sidelines to reverse direction or change sides. more
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