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Elwood School hosts robotics competition

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              Elwood Middle School proudly hosted one of the VEX IQ competitions on Dec. 15, 2016. The event was the largest one to date on Long Island as the school welcomed 30 different robot teams from eight different schools and organizations.
              Presented by the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation, the event challenged teams of students […]

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Educating On The Environment At Northport High

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            Students at Northport High School heard from guest speakers about plastic pollution and waterways on Nov. 21, 2016. Hosted by the school’s Environment Team, a program that focuses on the interactions of human culture and the natural world, the lecture featured Executive Director for Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE) Adrienne Esposito and Suffolk […]

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Elwood Technology Class Creates Wind Turbines

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Elwood Middle School students in Mr. Matthew McGuire’s technology class recently  participated in an engaging lesson about energy sources and created their own wind turbines. The project was made possible due to an Elwood Education Endowment grant that the technology department received last year.                                             
The seventh-grade students formed groups and researched wind turbines before designing […]

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Bellone Announces Key Milestone in Suffolk County Septic Demonstration Pilot Program–First Alternative Wastewater Treatment System

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First Alternative Wastewater Treatment System to Be Approved in County’s History during National Septic Smart Week
 
On September 20, 2016 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by regional water quality experts and environmental advocates to announce that for the first time an on-site advanced wastewater treatment system has been provisionally approved for residential use in […]

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Huntington Police Officer is Encouraging Literacy to Kids from Huntington Station Low-income and Immigrant Families

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BELOW PLEASE FIND A LETTER FROM A HUNTINGTON POLICE OFFICER LOOKING FOR DONATIONS TO SURPASS LAST YEARS GOAL.

Hello, my name is Tom Arana-Wolfe and I am a police officer in Huntington, New York. Back in Fall 2013, I worked with the Family Service League (FSL) in Huntington Station and created a Fall reading contest for […]

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Lottery Winners for Second Phase of Suffolk County Septic Demonstration Pilot Program Announced

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20 Additional Homeowners Will Receive Free State-of-the-Art Septic Systems to Reduce Nitrogen Pollution & Enhance Region’s Water Quality
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced the names of the 20 homeowners that were selected at random to receive a free advanced water treatment system as part of the second phase of the County’s Septic Demonstration Pilot […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY OFFICIALS CALL ON THE POKEMON COMPANY TO PROHIBIT SEX OFFENDERS FROM REGISTERING ACCOUNTS

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Bellone, Sini and Parents For Megan’s Law Warn Parents about Potential Dangers Of “Pokémon Go”
 
On July 12, 2016 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Police Department Commissioner Tim Sini and Paul Alonzo of Parents for Megan’s Law jointly held a public safety announcement today warning parents about the potential dangers of the popular mobile application, […]

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Retired Senior Volunteer Program Needs an Acquisition Manager

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RSVP needs an acquisition manager!
 
The Community Computer Connections Program (CCCP) is urgently seeking a volunteer to manage its acquisition activities.  The primary responsibility of this volunteer would be to seek computer and funding donations to help our service project accomplish its mission.
 
CCCP is a service of The Retired Senior Volunteer Program; volunteers refurbish donated computers, […]

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Ozone Health Advisory for Suffolk County

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The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an ozone health advisory for the Long Island region. Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken advises that young children, the elderly, those who exercise or are involved in strenuous outdoor work, and those with pre-existing respiratory or heart problems, limit strenuous outdoor activity today […]

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Commack Student Named a Semifinalist US Presidential Scholars Program

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Commack High School senior, David Li, was named as a semifinalist in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Inclusion in this program is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduation high school seniors. Scholars are selected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in community and school activities. […]

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