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Suffolk County Executive Bellone Announces First of Its Kind Regional Bike Share Program

Bethpage Ride Now Available at 17 Locations throughout Village of Babylon, Village of Patchogue, and Hampton Bays – More Locations Anticipated Across the

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Supervisor Romaine and Councilwoman Bonner Announce Oyster Planting in North Shore Harbors

On September 10, Supervisor Ed Romaine (left) and Councilwoman Jane Bonner (center) joined staff from the Town’s Division of Environmental Protection as

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County Executive Curran Encourages Residents to Get Carded as Part of National Library Card Sign Up Month

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran was recently joined by Library Officials and local elected officials to encourage residents to get carded…

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Homeownership Program Application Period Now Open

Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk is proud to announce a new homeowner opportunity coming soon to Bellport, with construction set to begin this November. For

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National Coffee Day – Free Quickchek Coffee!

A free cup of the best coffee in America is just a click away as QuickChek is celebrating National Coffee Day on Sunday, September 29 by offering a free

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7 Ways Newspapers Benefit Students

Classrooms have come a long way since the days when pioneering settlers would send their children to single-room schoolhouses. Modern classrooms might be

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How Being Bilingual Benefits Kids

Being bilingual is a necessity for millions of people across the globe. While many United States citizens may never need to speak any language other than

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Back-To-School Safety Guidelines

As children head back to school, they and their parents have lots to do to be ready for the first days of school. Clothing and supplies may be top

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Prevent Growth Of Mold/Mildew In Colder Months

Mold and mildew are not only unsightly, but unhealthy. These fungi grow readily in damp areas and are found in the air breathed both indoors and outside.