Brenden Cusack Appointed Huntington High School Principal Faced with the retirement of longtime Huntington High School Principal Carmela Leonardi, Huntington School Board members have turned to a familiar face. Trustees voted unanimously to appoint current assistant principal Brenden Cusack as the building’s principal, effective July
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Based on the Irish legend of the Selkies, the story of the last seal-child and her brother who go on an epic journey to save the world of magic, from the creators of The Secret of
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The Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA) is an asset to the Long Island community, providing an elite education in various art forms to students that dream of becoming artists. This program is essential for high school students to prepare for a college education in the arts. No public high school has the
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Last week, Legislator Spencer joined representatives from the Youth Directions and Alternatives (YDA) to celebrate the grand opening of its second location. The new site, which is located in Greenlawn Village at 8 Gates Street, will allow the YDA to provide services to a larger number of children in our community.
“Congratulations to the YDA
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At 7:52 a.m. on February 13, 2015, the Dix Hills Fire Department was activated for a Motor Vehicle Accident between a school bus and a box truck at the
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Freddie Amato on the right.
A seventh grade student from Huntington will have the opportunity to show off his basketball skills on the big stage this weekend after finishing among the top players in the region
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Evan Martinez, a 12 year old 6th grader at Woodhull Intermediate School in Huntington, came before the Suffolk County’s Health Committee on Thursday and spoke about observations he has made on where tobacco and alcohol products are placed in convenience stores and gas stations. “I’ve noticed that cigarette and alcohol ads are placed at
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To benefit the Huntington Blue Devils Marching Band, a huge tag sale is being held this Saturday, June 21, from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Huntington High School. Come and shop
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Windy Day. Photo credit: Cinema Conservancy Program.
The John Hubley Animation Centennial is a Creativity Series sponsored by Ginger & Stewart Polisner that will take place on June 1 at 2:00 p.m. at the Cinema
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During National Water Safety Month–and with pool and beach season rapidly approaching–the YMCA of Long Island, which provides over 22,000 swim lessons annually and offers aquatics programs for all ages, reminds parents and all enjoying the water, these basic pool, beach and swim safety guidelines.
Early Swim Lessons Benefit Child AND Parent: National research
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