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The Levittown Board of Education met last week to review various issues about football helmet safety, assistant coaches, new regulations for teachers and a need for overnight security staff. more
“Everyone should get a flu shot,” according to Dr. Aaron Glatt, infectious disease specialist and endocrinologist at South Nassau Communities Hospital [SNCH]. Young children, adults, the elderly, … more
The 5-foot-5 elderly veteran slowly strides across his Massapequa apartment to a cluttered desk with the help of his walker. The two-bedroom space in the senior housing complex is draped in American flags, National awards and certificates of honor. He sits down and pulls out just one of the many four-inch binders from under his desk. The binders are filled with contacts and letters from various chaplains and military units who have received word from the old-time New Yorker. He doesn’t say much, but the pictures on the wall speak loud enough. more
Freeport’s football team rushed the field in celebration last Saturday afternoon, then shortly after watched its opponent do the same. East Meadow scored on the final snap of the game, after officials put one second back on the clock, to beat the Red Devils, 41-40. more
Calhoun jumped out to an early lead on the strength of several big plays, then pulled away by grinding out a few more touchdowns on the way to a 41-14 road victory over district-rival Kennedy in a Nassau Conference II football game last Saturday. more
After setting the tone in last Saturday’s showdown with rival Hewlett by catching Lawrence’s first passing touchdown of the season early in the opening quarter, senior Brandon Patterson sealed the visiting Golden Tornadoes’ 35-21 Conference III football victory with an 84-yard interception return for a score with 4:46 remaining. more
A change in enrollment structure for Nassau County boys’ volleyball pushed Long Beach into Class A after it reached the Class B finals in each of the past two seasons. more
Expectations were high for the Malverne/East Rockaway girls’ soccer team coming into the 2015 season. With 10 seniors on the roster, and their top two scorers back, the Rockin’ Mules had every reason to believe that a playoff berth was attainable. more
A car slammed into a school minibus in Baldwin this morning while transporting five elementary-age children to the Grace Lutheran School in Malverne. All five were taken to Nassau University Medical Center as a precaution, and were soon after released, according to school principal Wanda Walters. more
With some key returnees, a deep roster, and most importantly, a healthy lineup, Carey boys' soccer team hit the ground running this year. The Seahawks lost just once over their first seven matches and stand at 6-3-3. more
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