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Eight students from four Five Towns schools were recognized for their research projects submitted to the 2014 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. more
For the past decade, Lawrence’s offensive prowess has been well documented in the annals of Long Island high school football. While the Golden Tornadoes entered last Saturday’s showdown with Plainedge averaging 41 points per game, their defense has been a little unheralded. more
Kenneth Minor, the Harlem resident who helped Woodmere resident Jeffrey Locker kill himself as part of a suicide-for-hire insurance scheme in 2008, said he was sorry as Manhattan state Supreme Court Judge Laura Ward sentenced Minor to 12 years in prison on Oct. 20. more
Second of two parts. In the predawn darkness on a lonesome January day this year, Long Island Coalition for the Homeless volunteers were out amid a cold snap so harsh that it numbed hands and froze eyelashes, scouring the streets for the homeless. Greta Guarton was among them. more
Five fire departments battled a fire at 1744 Rockaway Avenue in Hewlett on Oct. 15.The Hewlett Fire Department was notified at 4:57 p.m., officials said. more
Q. In your last column, you concluded with “openings between your garage and living space can kill you,” but you should have mentioned the problem of fire . . . more
A woman pulled into her Mervin Street driveway in Inwood at 7:52 p.m. on Oct. 16, and as she got out of her car a man with a handgun demanded her pocketbook, according to police. more
The good news gets buried; the bad news gets broadcast around the world. That has been a fact of life in the Obama administration. more
A Manhattan man was arrested for allegedly robbing the Bank of America branch at 400 Central Ave. in Lawrence on Oct. 16, police said. more
Three Hewlett High School students, two from Lawrence High and their group partner from the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway were named semifinalists in the 2014 Siemens Competition in Match, Science and Technology on Oct. 16. Arthur Chen and Lee Blackburn are the Lawrence students, and Justin Lish is from HAFTR. Their project is “Optimization of Catalytic Activity in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells Utilizing Functionalized Graphene Oxide/Partially Reduced Graphene Oxide Coatings.” They found way to reduce carbon monoxide levels that poison the fuel cells to increase efficiency and reduce the cost of producing those cells. more
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