Local runners ready for the Super Run

April 26, 2017 by  

With the Super Run coming up fast, many Liverpool folks are likely to have their training program well underway. The run is to raise awareness and money for local charities.

The Super Run will be [Read more]

Wine tour season begins again in Melville

April 26, 2017 by  

Napa Valley is no longer the go-to destination for wine lovers in the United States as the East Coast continues to draw attention, and a series of tours will soon be held in the Melville area.

Charter bus [Read more]

Manhasset residents invited to a local seaside celebration

April 25, 2017 by  

An invitation has been issued to residents of Manhasset to take part in a celebration of all that local area has to offer.

During the HarborFest Dock Day and [Read more]

Shopping center reaches out to nurses and teachers

April 24, 2017 by  

Deer Park’s Tanger Outlets will be marking Teacher Appreciation Month and Nurses Appreciation Week by offering special discounts to members of these professions.

Nurses and teachers alike are invited to visit the shopping center so that they can take advantage of this opportunity. According to the organizers of the event, all they need to do is go to the Tanger Shopper Services desk, show their identification, and they will be given a free coupon book that they can use to save at the different stores and services providers located in the outlet mall.

In addition to the savings, each nurse or teacher who collects one of the coupon books will have his or her name entered into a draw, with the grand prize being a $1,000 shopping spree.

Tanger Outlet’s website noted that those in these professional work hard all year long, and it wanted to let them know their efforts are appreciated. A printing services provider will be able to supply customized promotional products such as discount booklets for a campaign such as this.

This special event will be taking place at the Tanger Outlets in Deer Park throughout the month of May. Anyone who requires further information, or who wants to know more about the stores and services it contains, is asked to visit its website.

Local students create holiday baskets for River Fund

April 23, 2017 by  

Students belonging to the Mills Pond Cares Club recently played their part in spreading joy to those less fortunate by engineering the filling over 100 Spring holiday baskets for The River Fund of New York to distribute.

Part of the Smithtown Central School District, Mills Pond Elementary collected [Read more]

Merrick student writer recognized nationally

April 21, 2017 by  

Alixandra Wilens of the Merrick School District has won the Scholastic Gold Medal for her submission of a compilation of previous work. Only eight students across the country were awarded the medal in 2017.

The creative student’s portfolio included a [Read more]

Annual expo returning to Long Island

April 20, 2017 by  

Located halfway between farmingdale and huntington Station, the city of Melville will host the 6th Annual Special Needs Expo, which provides information on special needs resources for organizations and [Read more]

Three Long Island teens bag annual award

April 20, 2017 by  

A trio of teens from the area around Lindenhurst have been recognized by the Long Island Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for their fundraising abilities.

The three teenagers participated in [Read more]

Westbury students encouraged to ‘Step Up!’

April 20, 2017 by  

A recent event held at Westbury High School found around 50 students partnered with leaders from within the community.

The goal of the partnership was to [Read more]

New Yonkers incubator seeks to power up projects

April 20, 2017 by  

After two years of preparation and planning, the PowerLab, a co-working center and business incubator, is set to open its doors in Yonkers next month.

The work of local entrepreneurs and [Read more]

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