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After 14 years in dormancy, the Boardwalk Café will re-open for business in mid-June. more
Sitting in an English class at St. John’s University in 2007, John Mikulin, of Levittown, faced something of a watershed moment when he received a text alert from the college’s office of public safety that there was a gunman on campus. more
One of Jones Beach's recent renovations has garnered an award for the engineering firm who performed the work. more
Mandalay Elementary School students and their families had a night filled with science, technology, engineering, arts and math activities on April 24. more
On May 5, about 200 Long Islanders helped beautify and prepare Jones Beach and the Twin Lakes Preserve for the summer season as part of the seventh annual I Love My Park Day more
There may be hope for residents who were victims of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and now believe they were victims of contractor fraud this year. more
Citing a nationwide decline in youth football participation, the Long Island Broncos has announced that it will phase out full-contact football for children ages 5 to 7 by 2020. more
The majority of Wantagh voters passed the 2018-19 Wantagh School District budget and the district's capital reserve fund proposition. more
The Wantagh Fire Department extinguished a tractor-trailer fire on May 14 minutes before sunrise on Sunrise Highway near the Wantagh State Parkway. more
A contractor facing 36 consumer fraud complaints that he defrauded Hurricane Sandy victims out of millions of dollars was arrested in Texas last month and charged with contractor fraud. Among his alleged local victims were Wantagh and Seaford homeowners. more
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