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Seaford Fire Department sells entire supply at Easter Plant Sale

The Seaford Fire Department’s Hook, Ladder and Engine Company No. 1 Easter Plant Sale was supposed to run from April 3 and 4, but because of the “tremendous generosity and support” …

Easter bunny visits Levittown child

The Easter bunny stopped by 7-year old Raylee Dean’s house in Levittown last weekend to have a tea party with her, her parents Melany and Ray and their dog Kobe. The Town of Hempstead arranged …

Arizona Lindsey opens up about her mental health on “The Process”

Arizona Lindsey opens her song The Sinking Ship with an acoustic guitar and mezzo-soprano vocals that narrate an honest confessional about fighting suicidal ideation. “Remember these …

Seaford Radio Club is on the air

Whether they are playing music or talking about trending topics, students in Seaford High School’s Radio Club are following the lead of their professional counterparts and learning what it takes to put together a successful broadcast.

Seaford librarian earns sustainability certification

“Libraries have to change to stay current with the times,” said Seaford High School librarian Joanna McCloskey, who has never shied away from adapting her program to better support students and teachers in an ever-changing world.

Pothole season is here again

The signs of the end of winter and the beginning of spring are unmistakable: warmer weather, later sunsets, birds chirping and, of course, potholes. As he walked his dog on March 10, Wantagh resident Billy Rahner noticed a pile of asphalt beside the sidewalk, along with shallow cracks and holes, at the corner of Northview and Centerview Avenue.

Police: Seaford youth pastor charged with sexually abusing teen

A youth pastor is being charged for allegedly sexually abusing a 15-year old girl in his Seaford home, according to police. He was arrested on Friday at 3 a.m. in his home on Seaman’s Neck …


High-speed rail for L.I. deserves public support

With the Biden administration pushing a $2 trillion national infrastructure plan, what once seemed like a fantasy — high-speed rail for the Northeast — is slowly, steadily becoming a distinct possibility . . .


Should municipalities opt out on marijuana?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, once an ardent detractor of any measure to legalize recreational marijuana, last week signed the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act . . .

Randi Kreiss

Oldies but goodies have the right stuff

I married an older man, and this week he’s turning 75. When we met, I was 14 and he was 15.


New York has legalized marijuana. What now?

Now that state lawmakers in Albany have legalized recreational marijuana, it’s time to ensure that public safety, public health and quality-of-life concerns are addressed as part of the rollout process.