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PSEG Long Island Local Reliability Projects: Brookhaven & Town of Islip

PSEG Long Island customers in Brookhaven will continue to see crews in their neighborhood as two additional circuits are being added to ongoing FEMA reliability work. PSEG Long Island is adding additional circuit reliability work in the ...

Former Suffolk Officer Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny Charges For Taking Cash From Drivers

Former Suffolk County Police Sgt. Scott Greene pleaded guilty today at his court appearance in Central Islip to charges of stealing cash from motorists during traffic stops while on patrol in Brookhaven town.

Barbershop Harmony Society Celebrates 78th Anniversary

Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker was honored to introduce the Barbershop Harmony Society as they recently celebrated their 78th Anniversary.

Four William Floyd Students Finish in Top Three at SkillsUSA Regionals

Four William Floyd High School Career and Technical Educationstudents all finished in the top three in their respective categories at the SkillsUSA Area VI Long Island Regional.

William Floyd High School Violist Wins Prestigious SCMEA-Usdan Music Scholarship

William Floyd High School violist Iliana Baracenas, was selected as the recipient of the Suffolk County Music Educators Association competitive Robert Padgett Scholarship.

Fifty Years of Twirling Hearts & Imaginations for Anabel Clark

Anabel, a self-taught baton twirler, began teaching in the backyard of her childhood home before officially launching the Clarkettes in 1966.

William Floyd High School Welcomes Holocaust Survivor Werner Reich

William Floyd High School students enrolled in AP World History and Global History & Geography recently welcomed Holocaust survivor Werner Reich as a special guest.

William Floyd Middle School Quiz Bowl Wins Division, Places Fourth Overall at Regional Science Competition

The William Floyd Middle School Quiz Bowl team recently put forth a strong performance at the Regional Science Quiz Bowl tournament held at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

The Verdict is In: Support for Doing Away with the Plastic Bag is Overwhelming

t the General Meeting on March 22nd, the public hearing on a Local Law Prohibiting the Distribution of Plastic Carryout Bags Used in Retail Sales, drew dozens of supporters.

William Floyd High School Student Wins Three Writing Awards

Gary Bharath II, a William Floyd High School senior enrolled in AP English Literature & Comp, recently received 3 “Silver Key Awards” in the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

William Floyd Shines at 80th YMCA Youth & Government Conference

The William Floyd Youth & Government Club continued its dominance at the 80th annual New York State YMCA Youth & Government conference held earlier this month in Albany.

William Floyd Named ‘District of Distinction’ for March 2016

The William Floyd School District was recently named a “District of Distinction” by District Administration Magazine, a district-level publication for leaders in K-12 education.

Moriches Elementary Students Cultivate Kindness in School

The Moriches Elementary School Student Council and members of the student Peer Mediation group have come together to “cultivate kindness”.

20 WFHS Students Selected for SUNY Scholarships for Academic Excellence

Twenty William Floyd HSl seniors have been selected for the 2016 NYS Scholarship for Academic Excellence award.

William Floyd Elementary School Second Grader Holds Stony Brook Children’s Hospital Toy Drive

Jasmine Setelius, a second-grade student in Mrs. Nadine Lotierzo’s class at William Floyd Elementary School, recently spearheaded a Valentine’s Day toy drive to help bring enjoyment to children at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital.

Legislator Kara Hahn Honors Heroic Actions of Plane Crash Responders

The Suffolk Legislature this week recognized heroic actions taken by seven members of the County’s Police Department and the 20 agencies that responded to a small plane crash in Setauket late last month.

Nathaniel Woodhull Fourth Grader Raises Support for ALS Ride for Life

Jenna Bragg, a fourth-grade student in Meghan Nocella’s and Amanda Kelly’s class at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, raised $270 for the ALS Ride for Life.

John S. Hobart Elementary Students Participate in Egg Drop Project

Students in Rebecca Gaddis’s & Christine Chieffo’s 5th grade classes at John S. Hobart Elementary School recently collaborated on an egg drop project.

Tangier Smith Second Grader Holds Book Drives for Local Shelters

For Colin Smith, a second-grade student at Tangier Smith Elementary School, reading books isn’t just something that you do in school or for fun; it’s a way to help members of his community who may be less ...
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