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Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, turned themselves over to the FBI in Manhattan on the morning of Monday, May 4 on charges of extortion, fraud and soliciting bribes. It was … more
The New York Times is reporting that Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, may be arrested as early as Monday, May 4. Skelos, the senate's Majority Leader and a Republican from Rockville Centre, and his … more
Oceanside Fire Department responded to 70 New Street in Oceanside for a report of a fire located in a scrap yard. Firefighters battled the fire for an hour. Nassau County Hazmat, Bay Constables and … more
Public education is changing as workplace needs and community aspirations are evolving. To align themselves with these outcomes associated with these changes, the East Rockaway UFSD has embarked … more
If you’ve ever been in the Community Room at the Seaford Public Library for a meeting, you’ve probably noticed the painted ceiling tiles with a variety of designs. You’ve also probably wondered, “Who did those?” more
On April 24, Nick Bilotta celebrated his one-year anniversary as the owner of Final Touch, a body repair shop on Merrick Road in Seaford. In that time, he has been finding ways to support the community that supports his business. more
The Seaford School District’s Anaphylaxis Committee presented its recommendations on April 21 to the Seaford school board that will help reduce the risk of contact for students with food allergies. Some of those recommendations include changes to cafeteria procedures and protocols, the elimination of food from class parties and communication about the dangers of food allergies to the community. more
When he was 13, Robert Podesta remembers running off to see a house fire around the block from where he lived. A Seaford fire chief came up to him and told him about the department’s Explorers program for aspiring firefighters. more
While English Language Arts and math get a lot of the attention in schools, leaders of the Levittown School District don’t want to forget about the other subjects. They are looking to boost the science program with the creation of an Outdoor Education Center that would open in September and expand over the next several years. more
About 80 guests enjoyed a meal and a show on April 18 at the Wantagh Kiwanis Club’s annual Men Who Cook fundraiser at Temple B’Nai Torah. The event raised about $3,000, which will go toward various charitable initiatives. more
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