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U.S. Rep. King in Facebook posting tussle

Seventy Facebook users are threatening legal action against Seaford Republican U.S. Rep. Peter King, alleging that their First Amendment rights have been abridged. The 70, represented by the New York …

Former Seaford teacher dies at 102

Sister Cecilia Moloughney, who spent 87 years as an Ursuline nun, serving parishes across the Northeast — including a stint at St. William the Abbot School in Seaford in the 1960s — died …

Local business insures Last Hope with love

“I’ve always had an affinity for animals,” Seaford insurance agent Victoria VanDeVen said as she spoke about her volunteer work for Last Hope Animal Rescue in Wantagh. “I …

Two teens launch custom clothing biz in Wantagh

For Wantagh High School sophomores Cristian Barberio and Dominick Rossi, starting a business was never about the money. “I don’t think we’re really focused on money as much as the idea of doing …

MacArthur senior finds rich reward in service

Kimberly Mestizo swears she has time for sleep — “at least four or five hours a night,” she says. But it’s hard to imagine when. Among a lengthy list of activities, the 18-year-old MacArthur …

Editorial

No matter the desperation, suicide isn’t the answer

When anyone, especially a teenager, dies by suicide, it is difficult to comprehend. We see the person, seemingly vibrant, alive, and we wonder how . . .

Jerry Kremer

Wanted: a presidential apology that will never happen

I haven’t seen an official announcement from the White House, but there’s a rumor that President Trump will declare a National Day of Apology, on which all elected Democrats and the media . . .