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Wheeler Elementary School second-grader Jaime Brione’s “Tree of Life,” has been selected to hang in the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook, beginning on Feb. 23. The young artist submitted the painting as part of a competition that included students from 135 schools across Long Island. more
3D name printing at the library Children in third-grade and older can print their name using the 3D printer at the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library on Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. Registration is required … more
The Valley Stream Central High School District’s Board of Education listened as three members of the Citizens’ Advisory Committee presented their recommendations on the district’s school-choice policy at a committee meeting on Feb. 6. Each member represented his or her view to revise the school-choice policy, restructure the district or keep the policy as it is. more
The students of the Adelphi University Department of Theatre present Machinal, a gripping drama by American journalist and playwright Sophie Treadwell. Machinal will run from February 27 through … more
A Rockville Centre police officer was suspended without pay after he was arrested last weekend for allegedly recording a woman during a sexual encounter in his bedroom without her knowing. more
Trio Solisti returns to the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center (PAC) with another exhilarating performance. Trio Solisti will perform on Saturday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m. on the Westermann Stage, … more
It was a deliciously fun evening in the gymnasium at Castleton Academy High School on Jan. 27 as the Girl Scouts of Oceanside gathered for their special cookie season kick-off event. The outing … more
It was the morning of the big game, and following a nearly 20-year tradition, dozens of Oceansiders gathered in the St. Anthony’s Church cafeteria for the annual Oceanside Kiwanis Super Bowl … more
A big night for Wantagh wrestling during last Sunday’s Nassau Division I championships was capped off by a historic triumph from Justin Vines. more
It’s one “Drive for Five” down, one to go for Long Beach’s Jacori Teemer. Last Sunday night at Hofstra’s Mack Sports Complex, Teemer became the second wrestler in Nassau history to capture a fifth county championship. He overcame an inadvertent elbow to his left temple to defeat North Shore junior Stephen Grabher by technical fall, 23-8, in the third period (5:15) of the 152-pound title bout. more
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