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Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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Each year, the Society for Science & the Public awards Research Report and Initiative badges to recognize excellence in students’ submissions to the Intel Science Talent Search, considered among the country’s most competitive and prestigious science contests. Two student researchers at Calhoun High School in Merrick, David Braunstein and Simon Goldstein, received badges. more
For West Hempstead resident Kimberly Orlic, it was a surreal event. more
Seeing these highly decorated art bras displayed en masse conjures up images of a strong, feminine army, individual in design, and ready to combat the trials and tribulations of breast cancer. In just two short weeks, the public will have the opportunity to join in their fight. more
After yet another round of snow and freezing rain coated Long Island Saturday night into Sunday morning last weekend, Merokean Bob Young spent four hours chipping away at the ice that froze over the sidewalk and storm drains ... more
Rudy D’Amico had quite a storied basketball career before his current gig coaching the Cougars. more
The frigid February weather did not stop the likes of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from attending Camp Avenue Elementary School’s Biography Bonanza on Feb. 6. more
Alexis Vandergoot, a teacher of chemistry, the living environment, anatomy and marine biology at Kennedy High School, recently passed though the rigorous application process for the state’s “Master Teacher” program. She is one of 70 teachers on Long Island to make the grade since the program began in 2013. more
The Mepham High School kickline team is preparing for nationals after a successful winter season. more
Democrat Rita Kestenbaum and Republican Steve Rhoads, the two candidates in the Nassau County Legislature’s 19th District, squared off last Thursday not so much against each other as against a roomful of likely voters given free rein to ask or say what they pleased. more
The library began an examination of its first five decades by filming interviews with residents and staff members for an oral history project ... more
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