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Harborfields Softball Hosted Cancer Awareness Game - Huntington, NY - During its May 2 game against Hauppauge High School, the Harborfields varsity ...
20 Things You Didn't Know about Lori Loughlin TVOvermind
Until recently, Lori Loughlin was best known as an actress, model and producer. She came to our attention as Rebecca Donaldson in the ABC sitcom, Full.
LI HS swimmer tests positive for PED at USA event Newsday
Jack Casey, a member of the Hauppauge High School swim team, has accepted a six-month suspension from USA Swimming events and practices after testing ...
Hauppauge High School Student Named 2018 US Presidential Scholar Hauppauge, NY Patch
HAUPPAUGE, NY — A Hauppauge High School student is among 161 from across the country who were named 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars.
Ms. Hauppauge protested Shoreham nuclear plant Newsday
She protested the Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant in high school and went on to a career in energy and politics.
Hauppauge High School Homecoming 2017 [PHOTOS] Patch.com
Hauppauge High School Homecoming 2017 [PHOTOS] - Hauppauge, NY - Check out photos from the event below.
Hauppauge High School Student Named National Merit Semifinalist Patch.com
Local Student Named National Merit Semifinalist - Hauppauge, NY - The National Merit Scholarship Program announced the 16000 semifinalists on ...
LI salutatorians 2018: Hauppauge to Patchogue-Medford Newsday
Meet Long Island's 2018 salutatorians, arranged in alphabetical order by school from Hauppauge to Patchogue-Medford.
District: H.S. official apologizes for comments Newsday
A Hauppauge High School administrator has apologized to students following a 10th-grade assembly where the official made inappropriate remarks in ...
Hauppauge High Makes Newsweeks List of Top High Schools in the Country Patch.com
Newsweek's list of the best public high schools in the country was released Thursday morning — and it's one you'll want to pay attention to if you care about ...
Doughnut chain opens first NY location on LI Newsday
Duck Donuts, the North Carolina-based chain that is in the midst of a massive cross-country expansion, is bringing its popular made-to-order doughnuts and ...
Kings Park's Eggert gives extra effort in win Newsday
The bases loaded with one out and a tie score in extra innings isn't exactly a position most pitchers want to find themselves in. Taylor Eggert isn't most pitchers.
Officials: Mom, newborn 'doing well' after rescue Newsday
A mother and her day-old baby are “doing well” after a Monday afternoon rescue by volunteer firefighters in Hauppauge led to an emergency C-section, officials ...
28 Smithtown Student-Musicians Selected For Ensembles Patch.com
28 Smithtown Student-Musicians Selected - Smithtown, NY - In addition, 10 of those students have also been chosen for the New York State School Music ...
Hauppauge seniors gets perfect ACT score Newsday
A Hauppauge student who has been making her mark in everything from tennis to theater recently added a perfect ACT score to her résumé.Jade Carvalho, a ...
Hauppauge Native Lori Laughlin, Husband Plead Not Guilty In College Admissions Scam Daily Voice
Long Island native Lori Loughlin continues making headlines for the wrong reason, this time pleading not guilty to charges related to a college admission scam.
LI district hires armed guards, officials say Newsday
Hauppauge is the second Long Island district to announce the hiring of armed security guards in the wake of school shootings around the country.
LI school bans limos from prom to save money Newsday
For the first time ever, Hauppauge High School celebrated its junior prom off campus, with students dancing the night away at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club ...
Prescription drug distributor hopes to launch on LI Newsday
Deliver My Meds Corp. gets preliminary OK for tax assistance from Suffolk's Industrial Development Agency.
Long Island Student Earns Perfect ACT Score Patch.com
Long Island Student Earns Perfect ACT Score - Hauppauge, NY - Less than one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a perfect score. Congrats ...
Leverich, Smithtown West top Hills East for AA crown Newsday
One of the shortest goals Emily Leverich has ever scored turned out to be a historic one. Leverich provided the difference-maker just over two minutes in, tapping ...
2 students honored by Tennis Association Newsday
Two Suffolk County students have been honored for their “exemplary volunteerism” by the U.S. Tennis Association's Long Island Region.Hauppauge High ...
Suffolk schools raise funds for childhood, breast cancer months Newsday
Long Island schools joined the fight against cancer by raising funds and awareness in recognition of childhood-cancer and breast-cancer awareness months.
Bono, Islip get to taste victory in Suffolk A final Newsday
Senior scores winning goal in first half against Shoreham-Wading River.
Suffolk County Sledders Hit Hill At Hauppauge High School CBS Local
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Equipped with sleds, children in Suffolk County were enjoying another snow day on Wednesday. Melissa Fiore was one ...
10 telling early-season softball results Newsday
Between wind chills and rain outs, the early part of a softball season on Long Island can be a challenge. But that doesn't mean we haven't already learned about ...
Former study guide publisher facing layoffs Newsday
WARN filing comes same week that Kaplan Test Prep said it had purchased Barron's Educational Series' name and some of the Hauppauge company's assets.
The Phillies have a strong connection to Long Island Newsday
Sal Agostinelli racked up more than a million points on his credit- card account while traveling the world looking for major-league talent. The director of ...
High school journalists win Quill Awards Newsday
Long Island high school journalists were winners of Quill Awards recently during a ceremony at Adelphi University. Sixteen students and two publications were ...
LongIsland.com's April 2019 Family Fun Guide: Spring Festivals, 5K Runs, Car Shows & More! LongIsland.com
The arrival of April means thirty days packed with seasonal events that the entire family will enjoy!
news Giants name Hasbrouck Heights' Nick Delcalzo 2018 Coach of the Year The Giants Foundation and Giants.com
East Rutherford, NJ – The New York Giants and Gatorade have selected Mr. Nick Delcalzo of Hasbrouck Heights High School (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ) as the ...
Long Island valedictorians: Amityville to Hempstead Newsday
Meet some of Long Island's 2018 valedictorians, arranged in alphabetical order by school. To report errors, please call 631-843-4813.
FDNY firefighter from LI swims the English Channel Newsday
Hauppauge High School alumnus and New York City firefighter Richard Wilde made the ultimate swimmer's pilgrimage, plying all 24 miles of the English ...
After quick exit at Nationals, Riverhead cheerleaders focus on counties Riverhead News Review
Trips to Disney in early February have become a rite of passage for the Riverhead cheerleading team. The destination: The Universal Cheerleaders.
State rating of schools and districts Newsday
Effort to measure student achievement and growth.
New York High School Swimming Section Championship Week 2019 SwimSwam
Championship Week begins as Horace Greeley High School wins the Section I Championship.
LI prom pair’s dress code? Pink tie, pink hair Newsday
Prom dates commonly plan for their attires to match when they arrive at the big event. But Hauppauge High School senior Matthew Cullen, 18 and his girlfriend, ...
Lady Lions Win County Cheerleading Championship Patch.com
From W. Islip Schools: West Islip High School's varsity cheerleading squad won the school's first- ever county championship on Feb. 16 at Centereach High ...
LI teens win award for anti-bullying efforts Newsday
Students from Hewlett and Hauppauge won a local award for acting as “upstanders” against bullying.George W. Hewlett High School sophomore Sophie Riegel ...
Judge: Families can pursue suit against Sachem Newsday
The families of three high school football players whose teammate was fatally struck by a 400-pound log during an offseason camp can move forward, a judge ...
LI's top softball pitchers all have control Newsday
Kings Park's Taylor Eggert, St. Anthony's Alyssa Seidler and Whitman's Riley Piromalli like having the ball, and the game, in their hands.
14 East Islip Musicians Chosen For LISFA Patch.com
14 East Islip Musicians Chosen For LISFA - East Islip, NY - The student-musicians will be performing in the concert series later this month.
Suffolk company reclaims welding unit Newsday
Air Industries Group has added a welding subsidiary back into its latest earnings report released Wednesday amid a legal dispute over the unit's $9 million sale ...
LI Bertucci's location closes as part of filing Newsday
Bertucci's, a casual Italian restaurant known for its brick oven pizzas, has closed its Hauppauge location as part of the chain's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Previewing the Suffolk girls soccer playoffs Newsday
Here are 10 things to watch heading into the Suffolk girls soccer playoffs: 1. Northport on a quest for three The Tigers enter the postseason playing well with four ...
Long Island salutatorians 2016: Hauppauge to Pierson Newsday
Meet Long Island's 2016 salutatorians, arranged in alphabetical order by school from Hauppauge to Pierson. To report errors, please call 631-843-4813.
Honorary street naming/tribute for The Chantels, April 5 Amsterdam News
On Friday, April 5, 2019, at 4 p.m., the famed '50s female group The Chantels will receive a commemorative street sign at the corner of West 166th Street and ...
No bail for LI man accused of trying to aid Islamic State Newsday
A Commack man who vowed to wage “violent jihad” twice tried to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State or another terrorist group, authorities said Saturday.
Dave Cassaro to lead Long Island Cares Newsday
Dave Cassaro of Garden City, president of Dave Cassaro Consulting in Garden City, has been elected president of the board of directors of Long Island Cares ...
Longtime LI HS basketball coach dies at 86 Newsday
Granville “Gran” Roe loved high school basketball. And high school basketball loved him back; so much so that one Long Island team has a play named for him.
John J. O'Brien Suffolk Times
John J. O'Brien of Wading River died Oct. 31, 2016, at Good Shepherd Hospice in Port Jefferson at the age of 50. He was born in Plainview Feb. 14, 1966, to.
Hauppauge's Biondo still coming to terms with sister's death Newsday (subscription)
Angelo Biondo is a tough kid. He's not afraid of 90-mph fastballs. His Hauppauge baseball team is headed for the playoffs. His batting average is sky-high.
Top prosecutor joins Suffolk DA's office Newsday
Master will report directly to Suffolk DA Timothy Sini in three separate roles - special counsel, chief of the Special Investigations Division and chief of the ...
LI school districts weigh added safety vs. cutting taxes Newsday
A review by school business officials in the region shows the average tax levy will increase by 2.42 percent in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Hauppauge High athlete winning MRSA battle Newsday
Nick Mauriello Jr., the Hauppauge High School wrestler who spent 19 days in the hospital earlier this year fighting two potentially deadly bacterial infections, ...
Specialty grocer to open in former Waldbaum's Newsday
The specialty grocery store will replace a shuttered Waldbaum's on Veterans Highway.
LI company expanding Hauppauge facility Newsday
The maker of baby wipes, diapers and feminine hygiene products received tax help from the Suffolk IDA and plans to add 35 workers to its payroll of 107.
Teachers, former students honor enduring relationships Newsday
Robert Druckenmiller spent 40 years as a math teacher -- so to speak. "I never said 'I teach math,' " said Druckenmiller, 82, who taught at Hauppauge High ...
Distributor plans $8M expansion in Suffolk Newsday
A seller of nail polish, hair color and other beauty products to hairdressers and cosmetologists is planning an $8-million expansion in Hauppauge.Paramount ...
LongIsland.com's November 2018 Family Fun Guide: Turkey Trots, Fall Festivals, Thanksgiving Dinners & More! LongIsland.com
Every single one of November thirty days is overflowing with family entertainment and seasonal events that Long Islanders are not going to want to miss!
Charity walk at Hauppauge High School benefits 9/11 first responders Newsday
Hauppauge High School seniors Craig Bottner and Teressa Mercurio were toddlers when terrorists slammed planes into the Twin Towers, killing nearly 3000 ...
LI spice maker plans $1M in improvements to add 15 jobs Newsday
The Hauppauge manufacturer and distributor of spices will receive up to $200000 in tax credits over 10 years from the state.
SOME JUST DESSERTS: Mendes, Tietjen twins, Semioli, Lips inducted into the LI Soccer Player Hall frontrowsoccer.com
Feb 24, 2019 | College, Youth |. SOME JUST DESSERTS: Mendes, Tietjen twins, Semioli, Lips inducted into the LI. Tom Lips, Jennifer Tietjen, Carlos Mendes, ...
Hauppauge High School's Christine Phelan Newsday
HauppaugeHigh School's Christine Phelan found her passion for theatre in the fifth grade. Honing her talent in middle and high school has allowed her to reach ...
LI homecoming kings and queens: Where are they now? Newsday
They attained royalty in high school as homecoming kings and queens. But did you ever wonder where they are now? Let's follow up with some of the past kings ...
Dr. Jordan Garelick joins SightMD Newsday
HEALTH CARE Four doctors formerly with Mid Island Eye Physicians & Surgeons in Bethpage have joined SightMD in Bethpage. Dr. Jordan Garelick of Melville, ...
LI baby inspires community to ‘Rock the Socks’ Newsday
Makenzie Cadmus may be only 7 months old, but she and her supporters are knocking the socks off a rare genetic disorder. Since her birth, Makenzie has been ...
Celebrating friendships at Long Island proms Newsday
We're highlighting the special friendships of Long Island teens as they celebrate prom together. Send your prom photos to email@example.com. ...
Beware of sunburns — yes, sunburns — in April Newsday
T.S. Eliot called April 'the cruelest month.' Perhaps the poet was predicting 16 inches of snow in 1982, or the possibility of sunburn and 94-degree days.
Five to Be Inducted Into the Long Island Soccer Player Hall of Fame This Saturday LongIsland.com
This year's class is a mixture of men and women who have excelled at soccer on Long Island and beyond.
161 Students From Across the Country Named 2018 US Presidential Scholars U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced the 54th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their ...
LI company's board adopts 'poison pill' Newsday
TSR Inc., a Long Island staffing company, announced Thursday that its board had adopted a “shareholder rights agreement,” sometimes referred to as a “poison ...
Adam Busiello's Atop a Pinnacle East Hampton Star
When Adam Busiello, the only five-time state high school wrestling champion Suffolk County's ever had, was a toddler, his mother, Denise, said, during a ...
Island Federal Credit Union awards $50000 in scholarships to local high school seniors CUinsight.com
HAUPPAUGE, NY (June 30, 2016) — This month, Island Federal Credit Union presented college scholarships totaling $50,000 to 11 Class of 2016 graduates of ...
Applicants sought for electrician apprenticeships Newsday
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry of Nassau and Suffolk Counties will begin taking applications on Wednesday for 41 ...
Experts: Amazon will invigorate LI tech scene Newsday
Amazon's Long Island City facility will initially make hiring tech talent on Long Island harder and more competitive, but experts think it will boost the region's ...
Long Island hires and promotions: Kevin Jordan, Farmingdale State College Newsday
EDUCATION Kevin Jordan of Bay Shore, director of the educational opportunity program at Farmingdale State College, has been promoted to chief diversity ...
Tech staffing company plans 'strategic acquisition' Newsday
Hauppauge-based technology staffing company TSR Inc., which late last month rejected a takeover bid from a major shareholder, said it plans to pursue a ...
Nicholas Mauriello May Have Contracted Bacterial Infection MRSA During Recent A Recent Stretch Of Matches CBS New York
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — One of Hauppauge High School's elite wrestlers, 16-year-old Nicholas Mauriello, has been nearly unstoppable on the mat ...
LI’s ‘Dolly’ finds musical’s plot parallels her life Newsday
Memories of her Hauppauge childhood flood back to actress Donna Murphy in a flash. Morning walks to Forest Brook Elementary School. The nearby Carvel.
Hauppauge wrestler battles serious illness Newsday
A top-ranked Hauppauge high school wrestler is in the fight of his life after contracting MRSA - a potentially deadly bacteria that can be transferred by ...
13 LI students win awards at New York State Science Congress Newsday
Thirteen Long Island students were among those winning honors, high honors or highest honors at the New York State Science Congress, held at Brookhaven ...
Long Island hires and promotions: Dr. Don DeCrosta, Southside Hospital Newsday
Dr. Don DeCrosta of Bay Shore has been hired as chair of anesthesiology at Southside Hospital in Bay Shore. He was chair of quality assurance and director of ...
LI salutatorians 2017: Hebrew Academy of Nassau to Roosevelt Newsday
Meet Long Island's 2017 salutatorians, arranged in alphabetical order by school from Hebrew Academy of Nassau County to Roosevelt. To report errors, please ...
Suffolk OTB selling Hauppauge headquarters to raise cash, its president says Newsday
Suffolk County Regional Off-Track Betting Corp. is selling its Hauppauge headquarters for $2.4 million in an effort to raise cash, OTB president Phil Nolan said.
Cheerleading gets its due as a varsity sport Newsday
It's a far cry from the routines you see at high school football games. After years of being on the sidelines, cheerleading has finally broken through to be ...
Old wing gets new look at Suffolk County Historical Society - Suffolk Suffolk Times
The newly restored former storage room was dedicated as the Noel J. Gish Sr. Gallery during a ceremony Thursday at the Suffolk County Historical Society.
History Day competitors move to national contest Newsday
Thirty-five local students placed in top spots at the 2017 New York State History Day in Cooperstown to advance to the national contest next month.
Firm: 3-building office complex sold for $61M Newsday
The Hauppauge Office Park, a three-building office complex, has been sold for $61 million, according to brokerage firm CBRE.The complex, which was owned ...
Korean War vets mark 65th armistice anniversary Newsday
"We lost a lot of buddies over there," Sal Scarlato of Hauppauge said at the event in Manhattan on Friday.
Students compete in LI History Day contest Newsday
Thirty-seven Long Island students were first-place winners in a regional contest that asked them to investigate local, state, national and world history.The 2016 ...
Earl L. Vandermeulen High School Students Selected For NYSCAME All-County Festival Patch.com
High School Students Selected For NYSCAME Festival - Port Jefferson, NY - Students Ibuki Iwasaki, Jillian Lawler, Cezanne Lojeski and David Rotunno were ...
Record Number Of Northport Students Selected For NYSCAME All-County Patch.com
Recently, Northport High School announced that 23 students have been selected for the 2017 NYSCAME All-County music festival — a record number for the ...
Rocky Point beats Hauppauge in League V opener Newsday
Rocky Point, which defeated host Hauppauge, 42-26, in the League V wrestling opener for both teams Wednesday night, hopes it set the tone for the rest of the ...
IDA gives tax breaks to firm to stop move to N.C. Newsday
A fast-growing manufacturer of labels used in the cosmetics industry dropped plans to move to North Carolina yesterday, saying it would instead go to ...
Product design firm IPS plans Hauppauge expansion Newsday
A product design firm with yearly sales of more than $13 million plans to expand in Hauppauge, executives said Thursday. Intelligent Product Solutions, known ...
Rye Student Selected As US Presidential Scholar For 2018 Rye, NY Patch
Rye Student Selected As US President Scholar - Rye, NY - The student is one of 161 chosen from around the country.
After years of neglect, war memorial gets a face-lift Newsday
After years of neglect, the St. James War Memorial — a modest brick wall at the Long Island Rail Road station off Lake Avenue — has gotten a face-lift.
Developer gets tax breaks to build PODS location Newsday
The Wainscott facility will be large enough to accommodate 600 filled storage containers.
Smithtown Chocolate Shop Owner Announces Plans To Run For Town Supervisor Patch.com
Chocolate Shop Owner Plans To Run For Supervisor - Smithtown, NY - The local business owner is hoping to run for the seat occupied by Supervisor Patrick ...
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