Railroad Museum to receive grant money
Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) is happy to announce that the Community Revitalization grant from Nassau County has finally been approved by the Legislature. The County will provide
Roslyn’s Eisman honored
Steven J. Eisman, a resident of Roslyn, has been selected for the inclusion in 2013 New York Super Lawyer’s list by Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for business
LICADD offering holiday anger management workshop
The Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD) will host a full-day Anger Management Workshop on Saturday, Dec. 21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the agency’s Mineola office.
Roslyn’s Ratner named ‘Rising Star’
Michael E. Ratner, a resident of Roslyn, has been selected for inclusion in “2013 New York Rising Stars” list.
Portledge School announces Int’l Scholar Award Program
Simon Owen-Williams, Head of Portledge School in Locust Valley, New York has announced five recipients of the first ever Portledge International Scholar Award: Valerie Ferrante (Long Beach), Serena Jo
Sexting Brings Risks for Middle School Students
More than one in five seventh-grade students with behavioral problems has sexted recently, according to a new study. Teens who sexted, or sent explicit messages or photos, were more likely to engage in sexual activities. Researchers found that students who sexted had less “emotional awareness” than their peers. This means these teens were often emotionally unprepared for the consequences of sexting. Sexting can wreck your reputation and expose you to online predators. In recent months, sending or forwarding explicit photos has even led to criminal charges for some teens.
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Today, we are talking to people about sustainable economic development, because we think it's important to show support for key issues that affect our community - like places in the Elmont for young professionals to live, shop and be entertained; like keeping families closer together and rebuilding the economic and social pillars of the community.
Joe Smith, husband to aid of State Senator Dean Skelos (R), pled guilty to charges related to his attack on Iraq War veteran and small business owner Carl Achille, 30 of Elmont.