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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.
By Long Island March 10, 2020
Taking proactive measure to protect against the coronavirus, Cornell sends students and faculty home going to virtual classes.
By Chris Boyle March 06, 2020
SCORE Long Island is a volunteer organization dedicated to helping aspiring entrepreneurs and businesspeople get their dreams off the ground.
By Long Island March 03, 2020
MENTOR New York is at the center of the mentoring movement partnering with adults who want to make a difference in the lives of young people and elevate their voices.
By Chris Boyle February 25, 2020
Franchising opportunities available in cities across Long Island, including Baldwin, Bay Shore, Flushing, Lynbrook, Manhasset, Massapequa and Patchogue.
By Brooke Hein February 17, 2020
Through this program and partnership, six scholarships will be awarded from $6,275 to $12,550 each.
By Long Island News & PR December 03, 2019
The play-based program will feature a thematic approach that includes whole-group and small-group activities such as crafts, science explorations, and interactive play.
By Long Island News & PR October 13, 2019
A Long Island resident's play inspired by J.D. Salinger and "The Catcher in the Rye" is debuting at Theater for the New City.
By Long Island News & PR October 08, 2019
Upper School students explore river’s ecosystem and collect and analyze data.
By Long Island News & PR October 03, 2019
Students in grades six through eight will visit Nissequogue River, explore river’s ecosystem and collect and analyze data.
By Long Island News & PR September 19, 2019
The previous Guinness World Record of 250 was shattered in Garden City as 421 passed a soccer ball.