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By Cait Russell November 07, 2012
As we slowly return to normal in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the question many parents are asking is "When will the kids be back in school?"
By Vickie Moller October 23, 2012
Earlier this month Sanford H. Calhoun High School in Merrick announced the opening of The Stable, an on-campus, state-of-the-art retail skills training store for special needs students enrolled in its "Prep for Life" program.
By Vickie Moller October 18, 2012
For the past 16 years, Stony Brook University's Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI) has been supporting new technologically-innovative companies by providing them with a variety of resources and services to improve their opportunity for ...
By Amy Gernon October 18, 2012
Kevin O'Connell, assistant to the superintendent of the Roosevelt School District, was arrested and charged with receiving child pornography at his home in Patchogue.
By Amy Gernon October 16, 2012
Robert Stundis was fired from Acme Bus Company on Friday, following his arrest on Wednesday for Driving while Ability Impaired.
By Amy Gernon September 24, 2012
A report by the Department of Education finds that resegregation trends are on the rise nationwide.
By Amy Gernon August 13, 2012
An anonymous donation of $10 million and matching funds from the Simon Foundation is making a Supercomputer Institute and further partnership with Brookhaven National Laboratory a reality.
By Vickie Moller July 16, 2012
Suffolk County Community College is proposing a new 25,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Renewable Energy and STEM Center on its Brentwood campus, an aggressive initiative that makes the school a leader among Long Island's higher institutions working to ...
By Vickie Moller July 09, 2012
Early this year, the Long Island Community Foundation presented Deidra Parrish Williams, executive director of the NuHealth Foundation, a $50,000 grant to help support a childhood obesity initiative for middle school students in the Roosevelt ...
By Vickie Moller July 02, 2012
At a recent Smithtown Central School District Board of Education meeting, Jonathan Jacobs, a 2007 High School East graduate, introduced "Whisper", a unique iPhone application designed to provide up-to-date information to faculty, students, parents and ...
By Vickie Moller June 25, 2012
The Stony Brook University School of Journalism has launched a campaign to establish a Center for International Reporting in honor of Marie Colvin, the legendary correspondent and native Long Islander, who was killed in a ...