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There were plenty of people walking the boardwalk and shore of Jones Beach State Park on Sunday, a cool spring day. With a cool breeze and wariness of Covid-19 in the air, many were wearing a light jacket and a mask. In just a few months, this scene may look a bit different, with people in their swimsuits sprawled out on beach towels instead. But whether the beach will be filled at 100 percent capacity, or a limited capacity, remains a mystery. more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other state and local officials on Wednesday called on the state Department of Health to allow beaches across the state to open at 100 percent capacity this … more
A Facebook page titled, “Quarantine Cook Off,” not only sets stomachs rumbling, but also builds friendships. From Wantagh and Seaford to as far afield as Jupiter, Fla., and Kansas City, strangers are sharing what they’re cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s a community of food lovers that has led to contests, friendships and potential potlucks (once it’s safer to hold them). more
Growing up, sisters Jeanne Rodrigues and Beth Escobar remember their father, Pete Haller, praying for the homeless before family dinners in their New Hyde Park home. more
About 140 employees of the Seaford School District were able to get the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccination one recent Friday at a pop-up site set up by Walgreens at the Seaford Manor School. more
It has been a busy week for the Maria Regina Roman Catholic Church in Seaford, as it welcomes guests at services for Holy Week, between Palm Sunday and Easter. more
For Jewish families, this will be the second Covid-restricted celebration of Passover. The holiday will begin on Sunday. more
The United States Air Force Thunderbirds will be soaring over Jones Beach this May.The United States Air Force Thunderbirds will be soaring over Jones Beach this May. more
Seaford Manor Elementary School kindergartners have a new way to satisfy their thirst for knowledge – the Seaford Public Library. The youngsters are officially cardholders at their local library and can now go in to check out books. more
Over the past year, libraries in Nassau County have been there for their patrons, whether hosting educational and fun virtual programs or promoting a wide selection of digital resources, like … more
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