Seaford Herald Citizen

Seaford Herald Citizen


Seaford Little League Opening Day!

I joined Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin, Hempstead Town Clerk Kate Murray, TOH Receiver Jeanine C. Driscoll and Legislator Steve Rhoads at the Seaford Little Leagues Opening Day. We celebrated the day by joining Seaford Little League President T.J. Koerner, Vice Presidents Mike Gagliano, Chris Roth and the rest of the board at the parade followed by the grand opening of the new Town of Hempstead baseball fields.

Looking forward to a great season on the these state of the art fields. Thank you to the Seaford Little League for all that you do. Let's play ball!

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The Seaford Fire Department will be hosting its Annual Easter Plant Sale on Saturday April 16th from 10am to 6pm & Easter Sunday, April 17th from 8:30am to 2pm at headquarters on the corner of Waverly & Southard Avenues in Seaford. A wide variety of plants and flowers will be available for purchase (while supplies last). We sold out the first day last year, so additional plants were ordered this year to accommodate everyone, but come early for the best selection! The sale is being held rain or shine. Thank you in advance for your support.
How awesome are these kids from Seaford Lacrosse?

While practicing they talked to their coach about ways to give back to their community when they are off the field. They decided to get the team to the and conduct a beach cleanup.

Hempstead Town Clerk Kate Murray and I stopped by to lend a hand and say thanks for the bags of garbage and debris they collected.

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Great to see so many Town of Hempstead neighbors this evening for my Opioid Forum and Narcan Certification.

Important conversation, shared experiences and chatted about current events regarding the . Thankful that Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin and Councilman Christopher Carini teamed up with me to bring resources to that will help !

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I am looking forward to serving with Christopher Carini on the Hempstead Town Board and excited to welcome a fellow member of , but he needs YOUR help.

Getting to know Chris over the last year, he is a proud member of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department, serving as an Executive Board member of the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association Inc, dedicated Vice President of the Wantagh-Seaford Homeowners' Association (WSHA) and a genuinely good guy who truly cares about making his community a better place.

I will work each day until the polls close to make sure that Chris has a seat next to me on the Town Board.

I ask my friends, family, colleagues and fellow first responders in , , , , and to support Chris on November 5.

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Went down to Seamans Neck Park in Seaford today to check out the new exercise equipment located near the jogging path to provide Town of Hempstead residents with additional resources to stay fit. Great job done by our CSEA Local 880 workforce, who installed the equipment in-house. As someone who enjoys biking to work, I'm proud to help spearhead healthy initiatives for our residents. Seaford, New York Wantagh - Seaford Patch Seaford Herald Citizen
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The Jewish Star 06/29/2017

Editor - The Jewish Star

The Jewish Star is seeking an editor to lead a growing team of staff reporters, correspondents and photographers as the newspaper and its website greatly expand their coverage.

The Star is a leader in Jewish journalism, respected for its professionalism in the growing (and print-hungry) Modern Orthodox communities on Long Island and in New York City. Unlike most news media entities whose readers have largely abandoned print, The Star's Modern Orthodox orientation produces loyal readers every Shabbat.

As editor, you will seek out and initiate story ideas, write and assign articles, edit staff and freelance submissions, and work with the Publisher on the layout of print and digital editions. You should have an understanding of Torah Judaism and issues of interest to local Orthodox communities.

The Jewish Star staff operates autonomously within Richner Communications, a 150-employee family-owned company that publishes more than 30 community newspapers and shopping guides. We offer a friendly, kosher environment in state-of-the-art offices in Garden City, salary, paid time off, health plan and 401(k).

Please respond with cover letter, resume, writing samples and salary requirements to: [email protected]

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The Riverdale Press 06/26/2017

Seeking Sales Manager - Community Newspapers

Richner Communications Inc., publisher of The Riverdale Press and The Jewish Star is looking for an innovative, strategic and business-minded individual to lead the sales efforts of our local niche community newspapers.

The Sales Manager must have an entrepreneurial mindset and possess a keen understanding of the marketplace with the ability to identify and develop emerging opportunities along with the ability to lead and motivate your sales team in a goal-oriented, high volume environment. We are seeking a leader who understands all aspects of multi-media advertising solutions and articulates the value these solutions bring to the community and its advertisers. The right candidate will have proven ability to build relationships internally and externally as well as develop and implement innovative sales strategies to grow market share. Proficiency in the detail and application of a wide range of print and digital product solutions is essential in this role along with a consultative approach is essential in working with clients and the sales team in generating long-term sustainable account and revenue growth.

Check out our online sites at for The Riverdale Press and at for The Jewish Star.

We offer a competitive salary package commensurate with experience along with a comprehensive benefit program.

If you are interested in the position, please send your resume along with salary requirements to [email protected].

The Riverdale Press


Receptionist (part-time) needed for Publisher and Self-Storage Facility located in Garden City. The ideal candidate should have excellent communications and customer service skills, be professional, reliable, dependable and have reliable transportation. Candidate should have computer knowledge and working knowledge of MS Office.

Candidate MUST be reliable and be able to work a CONSISTENT schedule; including weekend daytime hours.
Mon, Wed, Fri: 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Sat: 8:00am to 4:30pm
Sun: 10:00am to 4:00pm

Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Answering phones and greeting customers, assisting new customers by showing store facility options and pricing, collecting payments from customers, contacting customers for late payments, applying payments and updating the customer files /data base and other general administrative responsibilities on an as needed basis.

Qualified candidates should email their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

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Join us at the Job Fair TODAY, Thursday, September 15th from 9am to 12pm and 4pm to 7pm or submit your resume to [email protected].


Executive Editor

Herald Community Newspapers is looking for an energetic, inspiring, hands-on Executive Editor to lead our 20+ person newsroom. We seek a proven newsroom leader with the ability to train and inspire our staff. Duties include, assigning stories, writing or assigning editorials, editing stories, recruiting staff, managing freelancers and managing our online and social media presence. You will need good administrative and organizational skills as well as strong editing skills.

You should believe in the enduring importance of local news and community journalism in our increasingly fragmented media world. Our 19 hyperlocal print weeklies and associated websites seek to engage and delight readers with the news that affects them most — news about their schools, their neighbors, and their communities. We are looking for a leader in the newsroom and beyond, who can engage readers and community groups in the neighborhoods we serve.

If you want to join a growing company filled with talented, dedicated professionals, who care about local news, we should talk. Candidates should have at least five years of experience as a journalist and experience running a newsroom. Benefits include, health coverage, paid time off, 401(k) and other supplementary benefit plans.

Please submit your cover letter and salary requirements, along with your resume and writing samples/clips/links to [email protected].

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Join us for a Job Fair on Thursday, September 15th


Marketing Manager Part-time with opportunity for Full-time

Richner Communications, Inc., an expanding Long Island publisher of 30 newspapers and shoppers as well as commercial printer, offers everything you deserve in a career: a leading communications company with award-winning products and services, a comprehensive and generous benefits , and a true company culture of family and values you can be proud of.

RCI seeks a Marketing Manager (part-time/flexible schedule) to be responsible for driving the market plan, while successfully executing a variety of marketing activities including, but not limited to website management, SEO, SEM, email campaigns and content marketing. Must be an innovative individual with ability to help build subscriptions and other marketing avenues.

Qualified candidates can submit their resume and salary requirements to [email protected].

Timeline photos 12/16/2015

The July 4 Fireworks Show is returning to Jones Beach this year. We are looking to get some reaction from local residents. Do you plan to go? Have you gone in the past when it was held? What are your thoughts?


Looking to talk to parents in the Wantagh, Seaford and Levittown school district regarding the upcoming state tests, and if you plan to opt out your children. If interested, please email Andrew at [email protected].


In April, the Herald will be doing a piece on the 50th anniversary of Seaford Middle School. We are looking for old photos, and to talk to people who attended or worked there - or both! Please email [email protected] if you are interested in contributing to this piece.


What's that familiar thing outside? It's snow!

Schools are closed and the Herald wants to hear your plans for today's snow day. Also, we are looking for snow photos from Wantagh and Seaford, snow scenes, a plow heading down the street, shoveling, or kids playing outside. Send them in to [email protected].

Blizzard hits Seaford and Wantagh 01/27/2015

The blizzard is in full force. Schools are closed Tuesday. What are your plans for the snow day? How did you prepare for this storm?

Blizzard hits Seaford and Wantagh Snow has been falling for most of the day in Wantagh and by the time is ends Tuesday, there could be two to three feet on the ground.


The Herald is compiling community comments for an upcoming editorial. Our question: "What should be people resolve to do in the new year?" Answers can be funny or serious, and it may be selected for next week's paper. Please feel free to comment here, send us a message or an email to [email protected].


The Seaford Kiwanis Club is looking for people to take part in its Seaford Santa program by answering letters to fulfill Christmas and Hanukkah wishes for needy children. If interested, stop by the Edward Jones office at 3960 Merrick Road and asked for Steve Katz, president of the Kiwanis Club.


It's raining cats and dogs today. Let us know about any flooding problems in the Wantagh and Seaford areas, or snap a picture of any flooding and send it to us. Please reach out to us at [email protected].


Richner Communications, Inc., Publishers of The Herald Newspapers and The Jewish Star, is looking for is looking for experienced journalist to report for and edit one of our newspapers covering communities on Long Island, New York. The focus of our paper is community news; on the people in the neighborhoods we serve, covering the schools, events, government and the people, places and events that make our communities tick. Qualified candidates must have at least two years of newspaper or wire service experience in reporting and editing. Long Island residents a strong plus. Candidates must have their own car and cell phone.

Qualified candidates, should submit a cover letter, resume and writing samples to be considered to [email protected].


Richner Communications, Long Island's largest publisher of community news, is looking for Part-Time General Help and Roll Tender/Jogger. Must be able to lift or move 50 lbs., have reliable transportation and be motivated, dependable, reliable and punctual.

Position will start out initially as part-time about 21-hours per week. Night-Shift available. 4-day work week. NO weekends. Hours may increase based on performance and need. $9-10/hour.

Interested candidates, should send an email to [email protected] with a contact number or contact Lou Corradino at 516-569-4000 Ext. # 223.


Has anyone gotten a ticket from the speed camera in front of Seaford High School? We are looking to do a local reaction story. Please send us a message or email reporter Laura Schofer at [email protected].


Looking for Islanders fans from Wantagh and Seaford to talk to about this being the team's last season at Nassau Coliseum. Any long-time season ticket holders? Send us a message or email [email protected].


Are any Wantagh or Seaford residents or organizations participating in any one of the upcoming walk at Jones Beach? Please let us know. Contact Laura Schofer at (516) 569-4000 ext. 328 or email [email protected].


Did anyone see the sw****ka being flown near Jones Beach this past weekend? The group responsible says sw****ka means "to be well". What are your thoughts?

Timeline photos 07/11/2014

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