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A John F. Kennedy High School senior is calling on the school to stop referring to its female sports teams as the “Lady Cougars.” In an op-ed that appeared in the school year’s … more
The New York Islanders are surging in the Eastern Conference Finals, and on the heels of a big win over Tampa Bay on Friday night, the team gave back to the fans with an exclusive "I ❤ NY" Islanders t-shirt across the tri-state area. more
On Friday, chants of “Let them play!” rang out from the Nassau BOCES Administrative Center, where Nassau school superintendents voted to postpone high school sports until Jan. 4 on … more
Nassau County High School student-athletes will have to wait until 2021 to compete in sports. more
Steve Levy got a taste of the “Monday Night Football” broadcast booth last September when he served as the play-by-play commentator for the Denver Broncos-Oakland Raiders game in Week One … more
The Town of Hempstead presented Mepham High School’s varsity kickline team with a national championship sign on Aug. 17 to commemorate the girls’ stellar performance at the National Dance … more
Lower-risk high school fall sports, such as soccer, field hockey, tennis, swimming and cross-country, were given the green light to begin practice and play Sept. 21 in all regions of New York State, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced during his daily briefing on Monday morning. more
The Town of Hempstead presented Mepham High School’s varsity kickline team with a national championship sign on Aug. 17 to commemorate the girls’ stellar performance at the National Dance … more
The Pekoff family of Bellmore fostered dogs for the Adopt A Boxer Rescue in 2018 and decided to make their home a permanent one for Lucas, an amputee who quickly formed a special bond with the head of the household. more
Gym owners statewide received some long-awaited guidance Monday morning from Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who announced they could reopen on Aug. 24 at 33 percent capacity, so long as certain criteria are met. Fitness facilities throughout New York have been closed for five months after being forced to shutter on March 16 when stay-at-home orders were issued. more
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