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For more than five decades, Seaford residents have packed the bleachers at Seamans Neck Park on Sundays to watch Long Island Broncos football players and cheerleaders play and perform. Bill Kind, 39, … more
Christine Newins, a 52-year-old Levittown resident, cannot remember Jan. 17 — the day she was hit by a car while jogging on the Pacific Crest Trail in Carlsbad, Calif. Chris Newins, her husband, … more
To commemorate Women’s History Month, Hempstead Town leaders honored Dr. Tonie McDonald, the superintendent of the Levittown School District, and 10 other women for their contributions to the community at the annual Pathfinder Awards ceremony on March 7. more
March 15 was a night of honor at Seaford American Legion Post 1132. Leaders of veterans’ organization celebrated the contributions of outstanding local law enforcement and firefighter personnel on Law and Order Night. Local folks flocked to the post, on Penatiquit Avenue, for the annual ceremony. more
Seaford Cub Scout Pack 239 recently celebrated the accomplishments of six youngsters at the organization’s most anticipated night of the tear: the annual Blue and Gold Banquet. more
Rose Swenson, a longtime member of the Wantagh Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, died on Feb. 22. She was 101. The Wantagh Fire Department serves all of Wantagh, Seaford Harbor and parts of … more
Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown residents might have noticed the brown ponytail sticking out of a Salk Middle School seventh-grade football player’s white helmet while cheering on the Seahawks … more
For the first time in his congressional career, U.S. Rep. Peter King hosted a teleconference-style town hall for his constituents on March 8. King, a Republican from Seaford, serves the 2nd … more
A messy nor'easter swept across Wantagh and Seaford early Tuesday morning, bringing with it a mix of snow, sleet and rain. National Weather Service forecasters had predicted 12 to 18 inches of … more
A minivan crossing the railroad tracks while the gates were down on Franklin Avenue in Malverne was hit by a train departing the village station at 7 a.m. on March 13. more
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