Nearly six years after Superstorm Sandy flooded Pat Lubicich’s Seaford home with five feet of water, she still can’t live there.
Beginning in January, disposing of unwanted or leftover prescription medication from your medicine cabinet will be easier and more convenient.
A police investigation into several fatal overdoses and numerous community complaints has led to the arrest of a Wantagh man for drug dealing and possession.
Cal Kitay pulled into the driveway of his Wantagh home on June 8, 2011, got out of his car and had a seizure. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and despite surgery and other treatments, he died three days before his 67th birthday.
Seaford’s Ladies Workout Express owner Jessica Reilly believes she is one of a few instructors licensed to teach piloxing and Drums Alive classes on Long Island. “Those are a couple of unique programs you can only get here,” said Reilly, who has been teaching Drums Alive since 2013 and piloxing since 2014.
A Wantagh woman has been indicted in Queens on charges of official misconduct for allegedly receiving “rewards” and “gratuities” while working as a Port Authority officer at JFK Airport.
Before retiring from the Seaford Public Library Board of Trustees at the age of 84, Stephen Gaughran taught computer skills to the library staff, such as using Microsoft Excel to keep track of circulation and inventory statistics.
In a unique partnership with LIU Post, the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter in Wantagh will become a training center for veterinary college students, who will treat cats and dogs in residence at the shelter under the supervision of leading doctors and professors in the field.
Peter Ruffner was sworn in to a 5-year term as President of the Seaford Library Board and the board unanimously voted in a new slate of officers, at the Library’s board of trustees annual reorganizational meeting held on Monday, July 16.
Just three months into John Mikulin’s tenure representing the State Assembly’s 17th District, James Coll, 45, of Seaford, announced that he would be challenging him for the seat this fall.
Does the latest sexist outrage mean we have to start burning our bras again?
We’re hearing a lot lately from a couple of former FBI officials who both claim to have held the highest moral ground in their respective public careers. Neither one of them measures up . . .