This Santa's in Levittown...Not the North Pole
While most American children wait all year for Christmas morning to arrive so they can be inundated with gift boxes filled with toys, clothes and the like, there are plenty of children out there, who are not as fortunate to receive all these gifts, and be able to truly enjoy the holiday season.
Living the American Dream: Levittown and the Suburban Boom
Whether we love it, hate it or tolerate it, Long Island equals suburbia and has been that way longer than many other places in the United States. In February, the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook will open the front door to understanding how suburban Long Island became what it is today. Sixty years after the rise of the most famous American postwar housing development, the museum brings together stories of the dream-makers and the dreamers who participated in this great social change.
MacArthur and Division Avenue: Gracious Rival in Sports
Although MacArthur and Division Avenue are often rivals in sports, the respect and teamwork of the coaches and parents associations reflect the overall attitude of a district where coaches and administrators put a large emphasis on sportsmanship, effort and teamwork.
Levittown West Little League will be holding registration at the Levittown Library Meeting Room A (back of building) on Saturday, Jan. 27 from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 10 from 10 a.m. to noon and Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.