Neighbors

Seniors have a blast at bowling program

Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown residents enjoyed breakfast and bowling at Hempstead Town’s Senior Appreciation Day at Levittown Lanes.  Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony Santino and …

A house where hope lives

Karen Siler, 54, of Seaford, sa she felt like she met her 26-year-old son, Ryan, for the first time in 2015.  Ryan is autistic, his mother explained, and his biggest challenge is expressive …

Crime

Assault in Seaford?

A 21-year-old man was robbed and assaulted by two men who offered to help him move out of his Seaford home last week, according to the Nassau County Police Department.  Christian Dowd, 20, of …

Neighbors

Kids get their hands wet at Seaford Museum

Youngsters have explored the Seaford Museum and learned about the world around them thanks to the historical society.  For the second consecutive year, the organization sponsored a Kids …

School News

Getting a head start on English — and school

Elementary students have been busy learning English in the Levittown School District this summer — and how the language is used in science.  The ENL Jumpstart program, which provides …

Creating companions

Maureen Kass, 53, of Seaford, said that her family’s former dogs live all over the country.  Zolo, their first dog, has lived in East Brunswick, N.J., since 2009. His owner and best …

Sunrise Highway aqueduct deemed ‘viable host’

County officials announced last week that they are accepting design proposals from engineering firms after a three-month study confirmed that a 110-year-old aqueduct running underneath Sunrise Highway is a “viable host pipe” to transport treated sewage from the South Shore Water Reclamation Facility in Bay Park to the ocean outfall pipe at the Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant on the Wantagh-Seaford border.

Tackling the opioid epidemic

In the last two years, Nassau County has seen an uptick in heroin and opioid fatal overdoses. According to the district attorney’s office, there were 146 opioid-related deaths in the county …

Football and friendship

“P! R! I! D! E!”  Seaford High School football players spelled out a word that Coach Rob Perpall said means a lot to the Vikings and the community, yelling each letter after doing …

State studying Grumman plume

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is drilling an exploratory well on the Wantagh-Seaford border. The project is part of the state’s ongoing investigation into  …

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A Parrot Head party

Cloudy skies and rain showers didn’t stop the famed Parrot Heads from heading to Northwell Health at Jones Beach on Aug. 15.  Jimmy Buffett fans of all ages flocked to the Wantagh …