A Seaford man pleaded guilty on Thursday to cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend while she was attending the State University of New York at Geneseo between October and December 2017 ¬– and mailing illegal drugs to her at college to make it look as if she was buying them.
A Seaford High School teacher is under investigation for accidently projecting a picture of a sexual organ to students in his class.
According to students, the Seaford High School administration stepped in and “bargained” with the student body over walkout.
The tight-knit community of Seaford has come together for its Little League — and pitching in to help is former Mets first baseman Ed Kranepool.
The St. Jude Mission Center in Seaford has been named Best Not for Profit Organization in the Long Island Press’s 2018 Bethpage Best of LI competition.
Hi, my name is Eden Laikin and I’ve just joined the editorial team at Richner Communications as the new editor of the Wantagh and Seaford Heralds.
After listening to parent concerns over school safety, the Levittown Board of Education voted to add a third proposition to their May 15 budget vote.
On March 18, the St. Frances Theatre Group’s Teen Group, from Wantagh, was among those performers, on Disney Spring’s Marketplace Stage.
Restaurateur Harendra Singh was center stage Thursday at the U.S. District courthouse in Central Islip, as he testified about a yearslong history of doing favors for former County Executive Ed Mangano in exchange for political “juice” to help his struggling businesses.
A second-prize $1 million winner in the Wednesday, March 7 Powerball drawing purchased the ticket at a Seaford convenience store
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