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Monday, December 22, 2014
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For three days, Pablo C. wandered the 120,000- square-mile Sonoran Desert in southwest Arizona, where temperatures can reach 118 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. He was a teenager, alone, with no food or water. more
Temple B’Nai Torah in Wantagh hosted a pre-Hanukkah celebration on Dec. 14. The event kicked off with a breakfast for adults, in which popular Jewish delights such as latkes were served. Volunteers from the Brotherhood men’s club worked in the kitchen to prepare the feast. more
Who says you have to go to the mall to do your holiday shopping? Seaford Manor students were content to take care of their Christmas and Hanukkah needs in the comfort of their own school last week, as part of the gymnasium was transformed into the Snowflake Village. more
They came in all shapes and sizes, dressed in all manner of regalia — brown bears and black bears, polar bears and grizzly bears — to have tea at the Seaford Library on Dec. 12. more
The Seaford High School auditorium stage was all decked out for Christmas and Hanukkah last Saturday night as residents came out to hear a variety of holiday songs. The annual concert featured the Seaford Jazz Band the Seaford Community Band. more
Fire commissioners were re-elected in Wantagh and Seaford in voting that took place on Dec. 9. more
Bob Barker always reminded viewers of “The Price is Right” to help control the animal population by having their pets spayed or neutered. The Town of Hempstead is expected to soon adopt that policy. more
Last Friday was the two-year anniversary of voters’ approval of the sale of the vacant Seaford Avenue School to a private developer. Eight days earlier, The Seasons at Seaford moved one step closer to becoming a reality with a ruling by the Nassau County Planning Commission. more
Robert Fischer, a former chief of the Seaford Fire Department, died on Dec. 9, just four days shy of his 82nd birthday. more
Local school districts will qualify for about $7.6 million in funding for technology and building upgrades, following voter approval of the Smart Schools Bond Act last month. more
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