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People may have to hold onto their hats — and just about anything else — today as the National Weather Service warns a squall of severe thunderstorms are expected to invade. more
At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, when schools and jobs were remote, many people returned to hobbies that their day jobs and packed schedules hadn’t allowed them to enjoy. Seaford High School junior Elizabeth Wingert added to her already considerable musical abilities by teaching herself how to play guitar and ukulele. She also discovered a new passion — songwriting. more
Using a ladybug as the stand-in for any person, Seaford resident Tania Scaduto wrote a self-published book “The Ladybug Without Spots” that aims to explain the differences people might have in a way that children will understand. more
During her illustrious career, Judy Goss has traveled the world modeling, hosting television shows, and becoming a published author. more
The Seaford Chamber of Commerce will host its third annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday in Washington Avenue Park, which will feature a live performance by DJ Brian and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. more
Some Seaford residents are claiming that their homes, garages and sheds are sinking into the ground. Despite spending thousands of dollars on repairs, few have any idea what’s causing the damages. more
Nassau County Republicans kicked off their fall campaign at GOP headquarters in Westbury Friday, introducing their congressional and state candidates, who sounded traditional party themes of lowering … more
Michael Hinman is the new executive editor of the Herald Community Newspapers. Stuart Richner, the CEO of Richner Communications Inc., and publisher of the newspaper group, made the announcement last week. Hinman succeeds Scott Brinton, who had led the editorial department since 2016. more
Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, convicted in 2019 of accepting bribes and kickbacks in exchange for backing $20 million in indirect loan guarantees to Oyster Bay Town, should receive 17½ years in federal prison, the U.S. Attorney’s office recommended Thursday. more
On Feb. 28, the Nassau County Legislature confirmed two appointments to the South Nassau Water Authority board during its legislative session. more
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