Sloane hasn’t had the easiest life, in fact her life has been downright rough! In what should have been the prime of her life, this sweet girl found herself abandoned in a town shelter – that was approximately 5 years ago! When she arrived at the shelter, Sloane was skinny, missing
The holiday season will be a little merrier this year for more than 100 Long Island children thanks to the generosity of hundreds of PSEG Long Island employees. More than 300 employees joined together and took on the role of “Santa” to buy hundreds of gifts for children enrolled in the
Looking for a warm, lively and exceptional venue to bring in the new year, then look no further than The Jazz Loft, 272 Christian Avenue in Stony Brook. The Jazz Loft is located just 90 minutes from New York City and is the only music venue on Long Island that features exclusively Jazz music.
Barbering students at Bixhorn Tech recently raised $2,591 during a collaborative fundraiser with other school programs to benefit breast cancer research by making barbershop and salon services available to students for a small donation. Here, Jonathan Cardenas, Patchogue-Medford UFSD, gives a
Suffolk County Community College’s Director of Veterans Affairs told the Suffolk County Legislature’s Veterans Committee about the myriad ways the college assists veterans with academic and post military service at the committee’s regular meeting on Tuesday December 10. College Director of
Emily Gaffney of Hazlet, Geoffrey Shamah of Bethpage, Clark (Marissa) Bermudez of Brooklyn, Ryan Nantista of Brooklyn, Nicole Song of Mineola, Che Raskin of New York, Nicole Grace of North Massapequa, Omar Morosse of Nyack, and Sarah Newman of Pine Bush, are currently serving with the National
“U40” Launches with Young Rising Star Real Estate Advisors Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, recently launched its Under 40 Networking Group (U40) for younger real estate advisors. The group, among the first of its kind on Long Island, is
Students from Susan Terrone’s Speech Therapy class waited at the doors of Sayville Elementary School holding a sign that said “Welcome BLC!” The Sayville students had been corresponding with students from Brookhaven Learning Center through mail for about a month, and were excited to meet their