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Four Girl Scouts from Seaford complete socially and significantly sustainable projects to earn the highest Gold Awards at recent ceremony. more
Both the Wantagh and Seaford school districts are embracing science, technology, engineering and math — a group of academic disciplines known as STEM — or those subjects plus the arts (or STEAM), despite a recent national study showing declining interest in science- and tech-related careers among teenage boys. more
As the Seaford and Wantagh school districts consider safety committee input and recommendations in response to the Parkland, Fla., school shootings, the nearby Massapequa Board of Education voted last month to hire armed security guards. more
For the past 20 years, Seaford residents Sean and Kristen Urban have saved up for vacations in the Caribbean islands. Although they love these regular escapes from reality, Sean explained, they both … more
A sand bar shark spotted in the waters of Field 3 at Robert Moses State Park today moved lifeguards to evacuate all swimmers from the water and close the beach to swimming for an hour, as per protocol. more
A Seaford resident was arrested on July 16 at 2:20 a.m. for having several illegal weapons in his home, according to the Nassau County Police Department. more
Liuba Grechen Shirley and State Sen. John Brooks joined activists around the country to defend the Roe v Wade decision . more
Nassau Republican legislators have asked County Executive Laura Curran to reopen the 8th police precinct, which covers North Wantagh, and the 6th precinct in Manhasset. more
New legislation aimed at further reducing the sales of vaping and other tobacco products, was passed unanimously by the full Nassau County Legislature on Monday, July 9. more
Alfred Klages, of Seaford, never brought his work home with him when he was a member of the New York City Police Department’s Emergency Service Unit. more
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