Nassau Officials name their aggressive campaign to rid the county of the Opioid Epidemic — Operation Natalie, in remembrance of Natalie Ciappa who died at a Seaford house party in 2008.
Butler, who teaches special education at the high school, was diagnosed with breast cancer in late November.
The Seaford School District is proposing a 2018-19 budget of just over $68.4 million — a 2.62 percent increase over the current budget — with a tax levy increase of 2.69 percent.
The Wantagh FD responded to a house fire at 2857 Morgan Drive Wantagh at 6:37 a.m. on April 16, 2018 and brought it under control in about an hour.
Members of the El Salvadoran gang MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, have threatened Nassau County and Village of Hempstead police officers, according to County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder. The threats follow the extradition from Maryland this week of Miguel Angel Corea Diaz, known on the street as “the Reaper,” an MS-13 kingpin who is the gang’s highest-ranking member on the East Coast.
Starting May 3, The Landing will be open from Thursday to Sunday before switching to a seven-day schedule on Memorial Day.
Constantine E. Theodosiou, of Cedarhurst, details some of its history through postcards and images in his book “Jones Beach,” part of the Arcadia Publishing Postcard History Series.
The Seaford School District will host four parent safety meetings in mid-April.
For the store’s 25th anniversary in April, it is selling bagels on Mondays and Tuesdays for 25 cents each.
On March 27, Nassau County introduced a task force that plans to promote preparedness for potential threats to schools and other public buildings.
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