Exactly local 965 runners hit the streets of Seaford last Saturday for the annual Hot Chocolate Run, which started and ended at the high school. The Seaford Wellness Council — an organization that supports dozens of community projects — sponsors the holiday event.
Esta Lachow and Gina Interdonato have become the head elves of the Levittown School District. The community members coordinate one of the largest holiday-giving projects in the area — the Adopt-A-Family program.
Seaford quarterback Andrew Cain entered last Saturday’s Nassau Conference IV football title game determined to avoid a repeat of last year’s disappointing loss on the finals stage to Locust Valley.
Nearly two weeks after rallying past Mineola to complete a perfect regular season, Seaford was in a similar predicament, trailing two sets to one, on a much bigger stage attempting to defend its Nassau Class B girls’ volleyball championship at SUNY-Old Westbury on Nov. 9.
Samantha Spoto, a 24-year-old from Oceanside, said that she is considering using a form of birth control that “will last longer than a Trump presidency” — long-acting reversible …
For nine consecutive years, MacArthur High School alumni have gathered at the Levittown building to compete in a flag football tournament in memory of Rick Bailey, a former tight end for the Generals.
Members of the shuffleboard team from the Wantagh Senior Center had plenty to celebrate on Nov. 17. The group of local seniors defeated their peers from East Meadow to take home the championship for the seventh year in a row.
Brian Conboy, superintendent of Seaford Public Schools, announced that he would retire next summer. The Board of Education is now tasked with finding a new leader for the district — and the trustees asking for the public’s input.
While some Wantagh and Seaford residents said that they were happy to see Donald Trump elected president of the United States last week, they also expressed concern about the increasing political divide nationwide.
To the relief of many Wantagh-Seaford residents — and the frustration of Billy Dean, a local club owner — the Hempstead Town Board of Zoning Appeals denied an application to open a cabaret in the community on Nov. 2.
On behalf of the entire Seaford High School faculty and staff, Principal Scott Bersin recently congratulated Eileen Tooher —the 2015-16 Teacher of the Year.
The Levittown School District’s “community of readers” formally gathered to discuss and analyze a novel that every middle school student was required to read: “Counting by 7s,” a novel by Holly Goldberg Sloan that is about being an outsider, coping with loss and discovering the true meaning of family.
The Seaford Chamber of Commerce and locally elected leaders welcomed two new businesses to the community — What a Girl Wants, a women’s clothing and accessory boutique, and the Selvin Law Firm — last week.
Seaford residents met their neighbors and got reacquainted with old friends at the second annual Senior Citizen Harvest Social on Oct. 28.
Richner Communications, Long Island’s largest publisher of community media, has acquired the assets of the Gold Coast Gazette, a weekly community newspaper covering the legendary Gold Coast communities on the North Shore of Long Island. The terms of the sale were not disclosed.
Film Examining the Vast Ice Wilderness of the Arctic Will Screen in 3D Digital and 2D Set in the frozen wilderness at the top of the world, Wonders of the Arctic tells the story of survival …
Once upon a time, holiday shopping was an experience. Folks carved out entire Saturdays or Sundays and headed to their local downtowns to browse through the retail shops. The experience was fun and quaint. You had lunch at the local diner. Then along came the malls.