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They’re elegant, they’re talented, they’re funny and they’re sassy. They are the epitome of style and grace. They are beautiful, inside and out, poised and charming and engaging. They are … more
Rebecca Tredwell has always loved nature. When it was time for the Girl Scout to do her Gold Award project, she knew that it would be centered on the environment. more
Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life — and deciding on a particular house comes with many options. Buyers in … more
Ilene Corina, of Wantagh, a suburban mother and wife, had no intention of founding a movement to educate the public about patient safety. But the death of her almost 3-year-old son, Michael, due to a medical error, set her on a path to help others avoid a similar tragedy. more
It’s been over five months since the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that Environmental Sciences Associates was awarded an $8 million contract to conduct a Federal Part 150 study to study aircraft noise patterns and evaluate the potential to reduce noise exposure in the vicinity of John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia airports. That’s a fact. more
In his 15 years, Stephen Vaiano has learned what it takes to be a good citizen. Whether it was leading a cleanup of the Tackapausha Preserve, painting a gazebo near the Wantagh train station or organizing a book room at a school in Levittown, Vaiano has spent recent years committed to community service. more
One final parking lot tailgate. One final walk through the way-too-narrow concourse. One final puck drop. One final chant ribbing the cross-town rivals. One final eye squint trying to read the small, … more
LIRR is operating on or close to schedule systemwide. Earlier this evening, service was temporarily suspended more
A Wantagh Boy Scout is taking on one of the most extensive community service projects in recent memory as he works his way toward the Eagle rank. more
"I dwell in possibility,” wrote the poet and feminist Emily Dickinson. This is the very sentiment that might describe the eight women from Wantagh who were honored on March 30 by Miss Wantagh and her court, not only for their achievements in the community, but also for their ability to serve “as an inspiration to us all,” Kayla Knight, Miss Wantagh 2014, said. more
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