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The state released the results of the state math and English Language Arts tests last week, but Rockville Centre Schools Superintendent Dr. William Johnson called the scores “hardly interpretable.” more
On Long Island in the 1960s there were no Nassau County divisions for soccer players. Club teams? Forget about it. Oceanside, however, was different. “In the 60s we had our own version of club … more
Indoor and outdoor cameras were installed on Sept. 25 in all School District 13 schools. The cameras give the district the ability to see down a hallway and use facial recognition, according to Andrea DiMango, the district’s director of technology. more
Molloy College decided to part ways with its food vendor last week after students voiced concerns about the school’s quality of food, but has expanded its food offerings as it looks for a new one. more
With the new school year under way — following one that stirred discussions about school safety and mental health in the wake of a school shooting in Parkland Fla. — the Guardian checked in with … more
The hurricane of 1938, also known as the Long Island Express, hit Long Island on a Wednesday on September 21, 1938.  Though eastern Long Island received the brunt of the storm, Freeport was not left unscathed. Power was lost throughout the village, leaving traffic lights inoperable.  Freeport Hospital used candles in all rooms and had an automatic lamp ready for use in an operating room.    more
— NY Fit Fest FitFest NY will be held on Edwards Boulevard beach on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. World-renowned athletes, celebrity trainers and influencers will lead activities … more
Lynbrook High School was a sea of green and gold and the school spirit resonated with the players on the field as the Owls suited up for their Homecoming game against Valley Stream South High School on Saturday. more
“He was my best friend, and he was lots of people’s best friend. He just kind of had that way about him. He touched a lot of people’s lives, and he’s going to be missed by many, many … more
PSEG Long Island presented a check to the owner of a new bakery in the West End for building her business with energy efficient equipment in a longtime-vacant space. Catherine Schimenti, the … more
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