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Brooklyn real estate developer Bruce Ratner submitted his blueprint for the redevelopment of Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and the surrounding area, to Town of Hempstead officials on April … more
Want to say goodbye to the Seaford Avenue School? The district will be opening the closed elementary school to the public on Saturday, May 2. The building and adjoining property will be sold to the Engel Burman Group, and is expected to be demolished later this year to make way for a 112-unit senior housing complex. more
After nearly three years, Levittown teachers have a contract again. The Board of Education unanimously approved the seven-year agreement at its April 15 meeting. more
They’re elegant, they’re talented, they’re funny and they’re sassy. They are the epitome of style and grace. They are beautiful, inside and out, poised and charming and engaging. They are … more
The Seaford Board of Education adopted a 2015-16 school budget on April 16 that will allow the district to restore some programs and services while remaining within its allowable tax levy cap of 2.28 percent. The spending plan will be presented to the public for a vote on May 19. more
Rebecca Tredwell has always loved nature. When it was time for the Girl Scout to do her Gold Award project, she knew that it would be centered on the environment. more
Tackapausha Museum and Preserve celebrated Earth Day a little early. The Seaford nature center hosted an Earth Day presentation for residents of all ages on April 11. more
The Seaford Public Library’s 2015-16 budget was overwhelmingly passed by voters on April 15. A new member was also elected to the Board of Trustees in a three-way race. more
The number of students refusing the New York state assessments increased dramatically this year in Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown, as the movement by parents against high-stakes testing continues to grow. more
One person was killed in a series of accidents along Jerusalem Avenue in Seaford on Monday. The Seaford Fire Department and Nassau County Police were called the scene. more
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