A HurriCon hit Bethany Congregational Church last Saturday, when local artists and comic book collectors were on hand to sell their memorabilia and raise money for the church.
Local school officials are waging an unending battle to protect sensitive data stored on network computers, becoming overprotective — and in many cases downright secretive — in discussing their efforts to ward off cybercrime.
The Waverly Park Student Council spent all morning on Nov. 10 recognizing those who served in the US Armed Forces.
East Rockaway School District administrators joined the students and faculty of Centre Avenue School for a special tribute to local veterans.
Kathy Payne, a former teacher from East Rockaway High School, started the Canstruction team in 2018 and the team has won every competition since then.
Nine East Rockaway students had their artwork featured in the Student Art Exhibit hosted by the New York State Art Teachers Association.
Students in AP Environmental Science and marine biology at the East Rockaway High School visited the most biologically diverse ecosystem on Long Island.
Six grade students at East Rockaway’s Centre Avenue School discovered a fun and creative way to enhance their nonfiction text lessons and add life to their History Figure Biography Project.
It's election night across the country has hundreds of thousands of voters take to the polls to choose who will represent them on the local, state and national level beginning next year.
Over the Columbus Day break, the Lynbrook East Rockaway Panthers Girls’ U17 soccer team traveled to Poughquag for the 22nd Annual Beekman Cup. The team went undefeated as they faced competitors from three of the top 30 ranked Early Development Program teams in the state.
It has been called both the physical and symbolic heart of our democracy, located within the very walls where our elected representatives in Washington make our country’s most important decisions. The Capitol Rotunda . . .
Issues of life and death, liberty, justice and freedom call for citizen involvement. We should have strong opinions about such topics.
A report just published by ERASE Racism explores how equitably educational resources are available across school districts on Long Island . . .
If you have fond memories of flying someplace for summer fun, well, you can just wipe that fantasy out of your head.