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Souper Job By Commack Students

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The students at North Ridge Primary School in Commack collected 8,362 cans and containers of soup during their third annual “Souper Bowl.” The food was donated to Long Island Cares. “Our Souper Bowl was a huge success, and we doubled the amount of soup we collected last year,” said physical education Lorraine Esposito, who runs the […]

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Winter Break At The Vanderbilt

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The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum Education Department will offer fun, creative workshops for children during the February 20-25 winter school break.

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Third Violent Crime in 10 Days

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 At 7:25 pm Sunday two armed men attempted to rob RIA Check Cashing store at 1357 New York Avenue.  The men told the teller to “give them the cash”  by the suspect who did have a gun. The teller did not comply with his order because she had bullet proof glass.  The suspects ran out of the […]

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Second Precinct police officers responded to a call reporting a gunshot victim at Los Campos Deli, 161 Depot Road, in Huntington Station at approximately 10:18 p.m. When they arrived, they discovered that the victim, Michael Fredericks, 26, of Huntington Station, had been transported by a friend to Huntington Hospital, where he was pronounced dead from a gunshot wound to the head.

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Story and photo by Steve Bartholomew 
During the week leading up to Sunday’s big game, Birchwood Intermediate school’s students, teachers and community participated in their own big event. To celebrate Super Bowl Sunday and to show how much Birchwood cares, the school sponsored their own ‘Souper’ Bowl by collecting soup cans that were donated to the […]

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Conte: Expand DNA Data Base

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 Last year, shots were fired so close to my home that it woke my wife and me from a sound sleep. This incident was a stark reminder of the public safety challenges facing our communities and the men and women of our local law-enforcement agencies who are tasked with keeping our streets and neighborhoods safe.
 To […]

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Sufffolk County District Attorney Thomas J. Spota and New York’s  Deputy Secretary For Public Safety Elizabeth Glazer were joined by Suffolk County Police Department Deputy Chief Robert Cassagne, Riverhead Police Chief David Hegermiller and Kevin O’Hare, president of the Suffolk County Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association, at a press conference at the Suffolk County Police Department’s […]

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Marc Acevedo Goes Above & Beyond

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 Marc Acevedo is finishing up the requirements for his Huntington High School diploma. Thousands of teenagers across Long Island in more than 120 high schools are doing the same thing. But, Mr. Acevedo is no ordinary young man.
The senior was recently presented with a pair of certificates, one in honor of his work to make […]

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The Harborfields Central School District Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Diana Todaro to the position of Superintendent of Schools, effective January 1, 2012.

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Graduation may be a few months away for Walt Whitman’s 440 seniors, but they have already laid out what they’re going to wear. With their votes cast earlier in the year, when the seniors walk down the aisle to the tune of the processional march, they will be wearing gowns spun from recycled plastic bottles. […]

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