April 18, 2018 RSS feed / People/Social

Plainedge grad completes basic training for national guard

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman Patrick T. More...

FHS student Briant DeFelice signs on with LIU Post

Farmingdale High School senior Briant DeFelice signed his commitment letter to play football at Long Island University Post with the LIU Post Pioneers. The Pioneers are a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II team. More...

It’s easy being green

Green screen technology is creating new opportunities for students to reflect upon their learning and express themselves creatively at Birch Lane Elementary School in the Massapequa School District.  More...

Leg. Kennedy attends Macaroni Kids egg hunt

Nassau County Legislator James D. Kennedy enjoyed attending the Macaroni Kids Annual Egg Hunt at Marjorie Post Park. To ensure that all kids were able to participate, eggs were filled with toys or allergy-friendly candy. More...

Correction

The headline on a front-page story in last week's edition misidentified the Massapequa School Board's actions related to a controversial Facebook posting. More...

Oyster Bay recognizes local women during National Women’s History Month

The Town of Oyster Bay recently recognized several women during National Women’s History Month.  March was designated by Congress as Women’s History Month in 1987 to celebrate women of character, courage, commitment and achievement.& More...

Young writers get cooking at Lockhart

Storytelling came to life for kindergartners at Lockhart Elementary School in the Massapequa School District as they made their own pizzas.  More...

Fifth graders building bridges

As part of their study on ancient civilizations, fifth-graders in Allison Martin’s class at Fairfield Elementary School in the Massapequa School District built suspension bridges. More...

Hannon announces budget legislation

NYS Senator Kemp Hannon, chair of the State Senate Health Committee, announced the passage of legislation in the FY 2019 Budget aimed at further addressing how rape kits are handled. More...

Broadway comes to Babylon next week

With only a few weeks before the opening of the Argyle Theatre, the owners, father-son duo Mark and Dylan Perlman, can be seen replacing the old, popcorn-style ceiling tiles of the Bowtie Cinema with a more modern look. More...