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Seven drug suppliers were arrested last week for their roles in allegedly distributing 10,000 individual doses of heroin per week throughout the South Shore communities of Merrick, Freeport, … more
According to information received from the Nassau County Police Department, nearly three-quarters of a million dollars has been sliced out of the county’s budget for school crossing guards since 2010. more
Ken Jacobsen may not live in Seaford, but he spends so much time in the community that it certainly feels like he does. more
Seven Seaford High School athletes who will continue their sports at the college level next year made their commitment official at a Letter of Intent signing on April 15. more
A half-dozen Nassau County environmental and civic activists, most from Merrick, came to Bethpage Community Park on April 21 –– the day before Earth Day –– to call on the state to accelerate efforts to clean up a massive chemical plume that has crept for more than seven decades from Bethpage toward South Oyster Bay. more
Coming from a high school where many students go on to play college sports, Shannon Duncan and Emma Schait know they are still representing Seaford even as their suit up at the next level. more
If it weren’t for Seaford High School’s robotics club, Nick Liuzzi doesn’t know what his future career path would be. His involvement with the club over the last three years has given him direction, and now the senior knows he wants to study mechanical engineering in college. more
Local history museums in Seaford and Wantagh are filled with pictures and artifacts that show what these communities were like in simpler times. Behind these great collections are people who have acquired the items, catalogued them and educate the public about the past. more
Nearly 10,000 people packed into Stage 3 at Grumman Studios in Bethpage on Wednesday night to hear Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. The real estate mogul began a raucous speech by … more
Donald Trump’s supporters steadily streamed into Grumman Studios on the afternoon of April 6 until more than 10,000 of them filled the venue, where war planes were once built. As they did, they walked past roughly 200 protesters who had gathered in what Nassau County police were calling a “free-speech zone,” a comparatively small, rectangular area cordoned off with aluminum barricades. more
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