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Washington Drive Primary School First Graders Spread Holiday Joy To Others

First graders in Ms. Marie Fenter’s class at Washington Drive Primary School thought of a new way to celebrate the holidays this year. Rather than just celebrating the joys of the season in their classrooms and at home, the students chose to bring joy to those less fortunate.
Eager to help others, the students adopted a […]

Suffolk County Executive Bellone Reduces Annual Salary For Ninth Straight Year

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County Executive to Reduce His Pay Below Legal Salary by $40,000 During Third Term, Saving Approximately $340,000 for Taxpayers Over Tenure
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that he would voluntarily return $40,000 in salary to taxpayers over the next four years. The County Executive announced that he would take a pay cut of $10,000 in […]

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Harborfields High School Music Coordinator Receives Prestigious Honor

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Congratulations to Harborfields High School’s Music Department Coordinator Daniel Bilawsky who was recently selected by the School Band and Orchestra Magazine to represent New York in its 22nd annual “50 Directors Who Make a Difference.”
Directors are nominated by students, parents, colleagues, retailers, administrators, friends or even former band directors who may have taught them in […]

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Volunteer Fair at the Cold Spring Harbor Library

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 The Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center will host a volunteer fair for adults and teens on Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 11:00am to 2:00pm at 95 Harbor Road in Cold Spring Harbor.
 
This event is an opportunity for adults and teens to learn more about local non-profit organizations in need of volunteers. “At this  time […]

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Suffolk County Department Of Health Services Announces Laws To Reduce The Use Of Plastics Are In Effect

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Legislation to Prohibit the Use of Polystyrene and Single-Use Beverage Straws Effective as of January 1 in Suffolk County

The Suffolk County Department of Health Services today is reminding vendors and consumers that two local laws intended to reduce the use of plastics in Suffolk County went into effect on January 1, 2020. Local law 14-2019 prohibits the […]

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NPMS Students Learn The History Of Blues Music

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Blues music echoed through the halls of Northport Middle School on Dec. 17 2020 as eighth graders welcomed Northport native, Toby Walker, to their classroom for a lesson on musical and African American history. 
As part of his “Blues in the Schools” program, Mr. Walker walked the students through a slide show depicting the Mississippi blues […]

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Man Killed In Police-Involved Shooting

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Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating a police-involved shooting that killed a man in Brentwood last night.

Two Third Precinct officers were on patrol in a marked police vehicle when they initiated a stop of a vehicle in the parking lot of the Brentwood Long Island Railroad Station at approximately 10:20 p.m.

The driver of […]

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Mural Brings Positive Message To Washington Drive

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The hallways of Washington Drive Primary School are usually full of student artwork and achievements, but there’s something new coming to the school and it’s kicking off an exciting new initiative.  
Thanks to the help of several talented and dedicated parent volunteers, a new mural is quickly taking shape that depicts 14 different books, chosen […]

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Huntington Opens Heckscher Park To Leashed Dogs

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December 30, 2019, Huntington, NY — A pilot program allowing leashed dogs in Heckscher Park begins January 1, 2020, and Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol is working with the Long Island Dog Owners Group (LI-DOG) to spread the word about the common sense rules implemented to make the program a success.
Councilwoman Cergol and LI-DOG’s educational campaign […]

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TJL Shouts Holiday Spirit With Traditional Sing-along

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Keeping with tradition, students at Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School shouted, danced and swayed to holiday classics during the school’s annual Holiday Sing-along on Dec. 20. 
Harborfields High School students joined district teachers and retirees on the auditorium stage and sang songs, including “Frosty the Snowman,” “Jingle Bells” and “Santa Clause is coming to town.” 
The […]

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