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West Islip Senior-Athletes Commit To College Sports

Photo courtesy of West Islip Union Free School District Fourteen senior-athletes from West Islip High School’s Class of 2024 have signed letters of intent and committed to play college athletics. The 14 recent commits, combined with the two earlier commits, makes for an impressive roster of student-athletes heading to play their respective sports at the […]
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PSEG Long Island Teaches Kids And First Responders To Be Safe Around Electricity – May Is National Electric Safety Month

Pictured: PSEG Long Island’s brand new Mobile Electric Safety Unit teaches electric safety to children, adults and first responders. To request a demonstration in your community, visit psegliny.com/inthecommunity. Additional photos are available upon request. Safety is a top priority for PSEG Long Island, and that’s why to recognize National Electric Safety Month (May),
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Saladino, Town Board Join Local Physician In Raising Awareness For Melanoma Awareness Month

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and members of the Town Board recently recognized May as “National Melanoma Awareness Month” to raise awareness about skin cancer in hopes of reducing Melanoma diagnosis, improving prevention and increase screenings.  Dr. Theodore Daly, a Garden City Dermatologist and local resident, offered pertinent information regarding the
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One-Of-A-Kind Recycled Robots

Photo courtesy of Copiague School District In recognition of Earth Day, the first graders at Deauville Gardens West Elementary School in the Copiague School District created one-of-a-kind robots made of only of recycled materials. After learning about reducing, reusing and recycling initiatives, the students were tasked with building their own robot made of everyday