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Last month, Humane Long Island, a nonprofit animal-advocacy organization, received a call that two domestic ducklings had been spotted wandering around Mill Pond in Wantagh. Di Leonardo, the group’s executive director, said that it managed to retrieve only one of the ducklings. more
Crowds gathered at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford to witness one of the most anticipated games in the International Cricket Council Men’s T20 World Cup. more
Two students from Wantagh High School’s Drama Club earned high marks in the 14th Annual Roger Rees Awards for their captivating theater performance of “Jekyll and Hyde." more
The Wantagh Kiwanis Club celebrated its Eighth Annual Spring Festival at the Wantagh Train Station on June 1. more
the office of State Sen. Steve Rhoads and We Care Blankets collected around 407,277 yards of yarn and 225 handmade blankets, which equates to 231 miles or over 4,070 football fields of yarn, during a recent yarn and blanket drive. more
Crowds gathered at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford to witness one of the most anticipated games in the International Cricket Council Men’s T20 World Cup. more
Jones Beach’s historic East Bathhouse will have a second life, thanks to a $100 million investment by the state that will turn the almost century-old building into a state-of-the-art swimming facility. more
Emily Richardson, a junior at Seaford High School, has been awarded the prestigious Rensselaer Medal, which is presented to outstanding math and science students. more
Wantagh held its Memorial Day parade on May 27, drawing a large crowd along Wantagh Avenue. more
Seaford hosted a Memorial Day ceremony at the American Legion Post 1132, which included members of the Seaford Fire Department, Boy Scout Troop 690, and Cub Scout Troop 690. more
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