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The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
Primary contests held few surprises yesterday as Seaford and Wantagh voters turned out in sparse numbers to pick the candidates to succeed Rep. Peter King in the Second Congressional District. more
Seaford celebrated Juneteenth last Friday, as some 150 people from Nassau and Suffolk counties marched from Amityville Memorial High School to Cedar Creek … more
“Peaceful protest."That sentiment reverberated through the streets of Wantagh and Levittown on June 20, as about 125 people marched in solidarity through the two hamlets. more
Two of Long Island’s largest supermarket chains — King Kullen and Stop & Shop — have decided they could not swallow a merger, and have rung up a No Sale sign. more
Seaford and Wantagh will join the celebratory march beginning in Amityville tonight in honor of Juneteenth — the day in 1865 when Texas became the first state officially to free all slaves. more
As more Seaford and Wantagh businesses open under the guidelines for Phase II, one nagging question about recovery from Covid-19 remains unanswered: How safe are we, really? more
More Seaford and Wantagh businesses opened last week as Phase 2 of the state’s reopening took effect, and, as with Phase 1, the results were mixed. more
As many Long Islanders took to the streets last week to protest the death of George Floyd, police brutality and systemic racism, candidates in the Second Congressional District took time to share their thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement. more
Wantagh businessman Edward Dennehy said that he planned to announce an independent against incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice in the 4th Congressional District race in November. At press time on Monday he said the announcement was to come no later than Thursday. more
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