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Dolores Persky, of Wantagh, and Pat Goodovitch, of Seaford, believe their battles with breast cancer have made them stronger. Although each woman has taken a different path, both are alive to share their story. more
The sting seemed innocuous. A bee nipped Jenn Sommermann in the leg as she entered the water at the River Cities Triathlon, contested around the Cypress Black Bayou, near Shreveport, La., in August 2011. more
When people ask Julie Nietsch where she lives, she simply answers, “The Halloween house.” Her family has become well known in Seaford for their elaborate Halloween displays, and this year’s is quickly taking shape on the front lawn of their William Street home. more
An eclectic audience of music lovers filled Madison Theatre at Molloy College in Rockville Centre last weekend as the South Shore Symphony welcomed rock legend and composer Keith Emerson as guest … more
When Karen Siler’s neighbor was in financial trouble, facing possible foreclosure, Siler came up with an interesting solution that could benefit both families. more
“There’s no place like Seaford,” says Charles Wroblewski, a retired FBI agent, who is happy to be back home in his “easy going, small community, where everyone knows each other.” For Wroblewski, Seaford lives in the past and the present. He can recall fishing and crabbing, or being in a boat on the bay. more
On the ice, the goal of the Wantagh-Seaford Baymen is to win games. Off the ice, it’s about being winners in life. more
Keyboard rock legend Keith Emerson mostly regards himself as musically “self-taught.” “From 8 to 12 years old, I had private piano tutelage from the local teachers here in Sussex,” … more
Johannes Laursen, former president of the New York Press Association and publisher of four community newspapers on the South Shore, died on Sept. 18, at age 98. more
Sept. 21 was the 76th anniversary of the infamous Long Island Express of 1938, a massive Category 3 hurricane that slammed into the Island, New Jersey and much of New England with rare ferocity, killing 800 people and causing $308 million in damage (the equivalent of $4.8 billion today), including the destruction of 57,000 homes. more
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