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By Long Island March 05, 2021
The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its 3rd annual Say Something Essay Contest in collaboration with the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
By Ls Cohen January 31, 2021
Two $500 scholarships are available for resident high school seniors.
By Ls Cohen January 30, 2021
Ranked ninth in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
By Ls Cohen December 23, 2020
Free book exchange program promotes reading for all ages.
By Long Island News & PR December 15, 2020
Given the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic this year, more than ever, there was a tremendous need for donations.
By Chris Boyle December 09, 2020
Harbor Country Day School is an independent school, located in Saint James, NY, that was originally started in 1958.
By Chris Boyle December 02, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while there remained a significant need for donated food items, particularly for the upcoming holiday season.
By Long Island November 18, 2020
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced the launch of a new online training platform which will enable unemployed and underemployed New Yorkers weathering the COVID-19 pandemic to learn new skills
By Long Island November 17, 2020
Governor Cuomo Announces Westbury, New Cassel School Street Grade Crossing Eliminated and Road Reopened
By Long Island November 13, 2020
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has announced that Suffolk County has selected BusPatrol – the world’s most deployed stop-arm enforcement technology provider– to implement and manage the largest school bus transportation safety and enforcement program ...
By Ls Cohen June 24, 2020
174 projects submitted to BNL by elementary school students.
By Long Island June 15, 2020
Jefferson’s Ferry to Offer Nursing Scholarships and Certified Nursing Assistant Training Reimbursement
By Catherine Eve May 30, 2020
The Heckscher Museum of Art's Long Island's Best exhibition featuring extraordinary works of art by high school students went online and attracted a record-number of voters from around the world.
By Long Island May 20, 2020
Decision made amid financial concerns of the region during the COVID-19 pandemic
By Andrew Hazen May 12, 2020
When the Mineola teachers got the official call that schools would be closed on March 15th, they were not in a panic. They went live on March 18th without skipping a beat.
By Ls Cohen May 04, 2020
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order delays all school board elections and budget voting.
By Ls Cohen May 01, 2020
Distance learning will remain in place.
By Long Island News & PR April 02, 2020
Students were tasked with the challenge of displaying gratitude and inspiring positivity through art.