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On Friday, April 10, beginning at 6 p.m., four decades of New York Islanders alumni will gather with fans and sponsors at Chateau Briand in Carle Place to “Toast the Coliseum.” more
Hofstra enjoyed a beautiful start to the 2015 baseball season. With its field blanketed in snow and ice, the Pride were busy opening the campaign in California and Hawaii where it played eight games over a 10-day stretch. more
Following the retirement of legendary Hofstra softball coach Bill Edwards, the Pride has ushered in a new era with a familiar face. Longtime assistant coach Larissa Anderson has taken over for Edwards, who won 928 games from 1990-2014. more
Sewanhaka Central High School District students showed off their athletic abilities, school spirit and camaraderie during the district’s 28th annual Sports Night held at H. Frank Carey High … more
Hofstra men’s lacrosse team is playing with a heavy heart this season following the tragic death of a beloved teammate in early January. more
Elmont, which had won 17 of 18 going into last Friday’s Nassau Class A boys’ basketball semifinal matchup against Uniondale, managed just 5 points in each of the first and third quarters on the way to suffering a season-ending 55-41 defeat. more
The H. Frank Carey High School girls’ basketball program dedicated its Feb. 6 game against Manhasset High School to Autism Awareness. The varsity and junior varsity players wore Autism … more
More than one hundred sixth-graders competed in Covert Avenue School’s annual Greek Olympics on Feb. 13 in the Elmont School District. Held in front of family and friends, the gymnasium was … more
Franklin Square artist and Outrlimits Art Studio owner Darren Boerckel, better known at Darren (D’mon) Borkel, is a painter who sometimes uses an unconventional canvas. While many of his paintings … more
Elmont’s hopes of continuing its surprising perfect season were dashed early in last Saturday night’s Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball semifinal when it fell behind No. 2 Massapequa by 14 points. more
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