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Helping You Help Others

By: Noelle Lambert   April’s Charity of the Month is: Operation S.P.L.A.S.H.   In honor of Earth Day, an annual event celebrated on April 22nd, which brings awareness about environmental conservation, I chose an eco-friendly non-profit on Long Island that strives to help conserve our island. Operation S.P.L.A.S.H. is a non-profit volunteer ran organization that […]
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RCK Selects Superb Science Fair Winners

Young scientists at East Islip’s Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School put on their thinking caps to concoct an exciting array of projects for the school’s annual fourth-grade science fair.   Charlotte Galli was the winner for her project “My Dog Ate My Homework.” Jacob Crowell was the runner-up for his work on “Fortnite Brain Rot,” […]
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NEW MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT

The Mayor and the Village Board of Trustees recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the new municipal parking lot located on the corner of Hoffman Avenue and High Street. The location was previously the site of a burnt-out, old, dilapidated structure, along with two illegal rooming houses. The blighted structures were demolished […]
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Students For 60,000 Hold Community Forum

After returning from a life-changing service trip to West Virginia, the Students for 60,000 club held a forum at the Northport Public Library to share their experiences with the community. Students shared how different parts of the trip affected them. Some students shared how moved they were to learn about the adverse impact the coal […]
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Pal-O-Mine Equestrian Kicks off Its “A Race We Will Win” Expansion Campaign At Annual “Day at the Races” at Belmont Park

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian, Inc. is a private, not for profit organization providing a comprehensive therapeutic equine program using horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing for children and adults with disabilities, is launching a major expansion campaign designed to provide funding for a host of infrastructure projects needed across its facilities in Islandia, New
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Music From The Heart In Massapequa

The many talents of the Massapequa School District’s music faculty shines through daily in their students, but on March 25, it was their turn to step into the spotlight. The district’s Fine and Performing Arts Department hosted its annual Faculty Recital, a long-standing tradition to celebrate Music in Our Schools Month.   More than two […]