Greeting greyhounds at Tackapausha

The Tackapausha Museum and Preserve is home to many four-legged creatures. But local folks recently had the chance to meet some friendly, furry visitors: greyhounds.  Grateful Greyhounds, a …

Neighbors

Seaford Chamber celebrates Easter at egg hunt

Dozens of youngsters stampeded through the playground gates at Seamans Neck Park on April 15 when the Seaford Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt began. The business and community organization welcomed scores of local families to the annual event, held one day before the holiday.

Seaford Library hosting Spring Speaker Series

Have you ever wondered how the Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed? Or how Long Island shipwrecks have affected marine life? Seaford residents can learn this and more at the library during the …

Congregation Beth Tikvah welcomes new rabbi

In Hebrew, “bashert” means “fated to happen.” After two years of searching for a new rabbi, members of Congregation Beth Tikvah said that they could finally shout …

Long Island Broncos going 50 years strong

For more than five decades, Seaford residents have packed the bleachers at Seamans Neck Park on Sundays to watch Long Island Broncos football players and cheerleaders play and perform. Bill Kind, 39, …

Neighbors

Celebrating spring at St. William the Abbot

Local folks perused the St. William the Abbot School auditorium for Easter gifts and more at the annual spring craft fair on April 8.

Wantagh Episcopal church founds outreach center in Seaford

Barbara Rice Thompson, a 56-year-old North Wantagh resident, was the editor of Penthouse magazine for more than 25 years before she was laid off in January. But months earlier, she had spoken with …

Wantagh-Seaford residents rally around injured Levittown volunteer

Christine Newins, a 52-year-old Levittown resident, cannot remember Jan. 17 — the day she was hit by a car while jogging on the Pacific Crest Trail in Carlsbad, Calif. Chris Newins, her husband, …

Hempstead Town Councilman Hudes is stepping down

Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes announced last Monday that he would step down from the board in June. A Republican from Levittown, Hudes serves northern sections of Wantagh and Seaford. He …

Herald Newspapers 
seeking 2017 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2017 summer interns for our 15 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach to …

Grateful Greyhounds headed to Tackapausha Museum

The Friends of Tackapausha group is calling all local dog lovers to the museum, in Seaford, next weekend for a special presentation. Grateful Greyhounds, a Long Island nonprofit organization, will …