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More North Shore students in grades three through eight were proficient on the 2018 state English language arts and math assessments compared to last year, scoring significantly higher than the state … more
Six years after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in Long Beach, the Federal Emergency Management Agency last week approved funding for the second phase of a $20 million plan to protect the city’s … more
Six months after State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office put the city’s level of fiscal stress in the “significant” category — the highest level under DiNapoli’s Fiscal Stress Monitoring … more
Enthusiasm and energy filled the Floyd B. Watson Elementary School gymnasium on Jan. 18 as all students participated in the Unique Game Show assembly. more
Two books on the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks — Nora Raleigh Baskin’s “Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story” and Gae Polisner’s “The Memory of Things” — offer young readers a glimpse into that day, before they were born. On Sept. 14, Baskin visited Merrick Avenue Middle School, while Polisner visited Calhoun High School to speak to students on the importance of that day. more
St. Mark’s Cooperative Nursery School is celebrating its 50-year anniversary this year, as the school has instilled a sense of community that drive alumni to enroll their children and continue the tradition. more
Lifelong Long Beach resident and former State Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg recently published a book about his life experiences titled “For the Love of a Child: My Life, My City & My Mission.” … more
Mustaches for Kids kicked off its annual fundraiser on Sept. 29 for children with cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the month-long initiative culminates with the ’Stache … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Long Beach school officials announced the district’s technology plans for the next three years, part of an effort to align with new state requirements … more
Freeport Board of Education vice president, Anthony Miller was arrested for drunk driving on Dec. 26, according to police. At around 5:30 p.m., Miller struck three vehicles, two of which were Freeport Board of Education vice president, Anthony Miller was arrested for drunk driving on Dec. 26, according to police. At around 5:30 p.m., Miller struck three vehicles, two of which were unoccupied parked cars on North Ocean Avenue in Freeport. more
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