In case you missed some of the big stories on Wantagh-Seaford Patch, here's a look at the big stories we had this week.
- New Shared Use Path Construction Underway: Sen. Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., R-Merrick, announced that the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) has started construction on the new Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway, a 3.6 mile shared-use path (SUP) between Jones Beach State Park and Tobay Beach.
- Seaford High School Homecoming Details Announced: Come and show your support for the Seaford Vikings as they face off against North Shore at Seaford High School’s Homecoming Game on Oct. 19.
- Stinkbug Population May Be Ready to Explode: If you notice a foul smell in your house, then notice your dog looking a bit sheepish, don't blame the pet. Blame the stinkbugs making a seasonal comeback in New York and most other parts of the country.
- New Electronic Speed Signs Coming to Wantagh-Seaford Schools: Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, Councilman Gary Hudes and Sen. Charles Fuschillo, R-Merrick, announced that funding has been secured to add seven new speed awareness signs at seven local schools, including three in Wantagh-Seaford.
- Seaford Resident Caught in Traffic, But Takes Homecoming King Crown: And the homecoming king for Plainedge High School is...Tommy Marigliano! The crowd went crazy celebrating the Seaford resident's accomplishment, but he was nowhere to be seen.