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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
Turnout was heavier than expected, despite intermittent rain, in an election both Republicans and Democrats had called a referendum on the policies of President Donald Trump. In one of the most … more
A Wantagh man was arrested on Nov. 5 in Seaford and charged with multiple counts of burglary and attempted burglary following a wave of Halloween break-ins that had alarmed local residents. Daniel … more
Turnout was dismal on Oct. 23 as voters came out to approve the use of $800,000 from the Wantagh Union Free School District’s capital reserve fund. The proposition passed by a vote of 249 to 33, and will enable the district to replace the three boilers at Wantagh Middle School. more
John McNamara seems thoroughly comfortable with himself and his role as superintendent of the Wantagh Union Free School District. more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
The two Wantagh High School Student Government Organization co-presidents, Senior Katie Browne and Sophomore Melanie Volz were welcomed on Sept 20 to their first meeting of the Wantagh Board of Education in their roles as student representatives to the board. more
The last day of school is months in the future and senior proms and graduation may just be dreams at this point, but Seaford and Wantagh high schools have announced their respective valedictorians and salutatorians for the class of 2019. more
Trinity Hairdressing and Makeup Academy in Levittown is inviting local residents to get shorn for breast cancer research. On Oct. 20, the Levittown salon will hold its annual Cut-A-Thon to raise awareness and money to combat the disease. more
The gym was sweltering on a humid Thursday last week as a gaggle of first-graders played line soccer. Their teacher, Robyn Pastuch, gave directions from the sidelines to reverse direction or change sides. more
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