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Central Nassau Guidance And Counseling Services Celebrates Successful 18th Annual 5K Run

Friday, 18 June 2010 00:00

On Saturday, May 29, Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services had 419 runners at the 18th Annual 5K Runday. This was their largest field ever, surpassing the previous 17 years.

The event raised $29,286 in unrestricted funds to surpass its goal of $25,000. The funds raised will benefit the many services that Central Nassau provides throughout Nassau and Suffolk including counseling, outpatient chemical dependency services, personalized recovery oriented services, case management, and residential programs.

 

Senator Hannon Talks to Mattlin Students About Cyber-Bullying

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 18 June 2010 00:00

On Friday, June 11, Senator Kemp Hannon led a roundtable discussion regarding the effects and tactics of cyber-bullying at H.B. Mattlin Middle School with a student-only panel. Hannon has introduced legislation (S7158) which prohibits bullying and cyber-bullying on school property, establishes a statewide central registry for bullying, cyber-bullying and hazing complaints, and increases the penalties for acts related to hazing.

 

Syosset Man Driving Maserati Arrested for DWI in Plainview

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 11 June 2010 00:00

A Syosset man was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and Reckless Endangerment on Wednesday, June 9 after taking a joyride in Plainview at 110 miles an hour.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, at approximately 3 a.m., an officer from the Highway Patrol Bureau was monitoring westbound traffic on the Long Island Expressway at exit 46 when he observed a grey 2005 Maserati passing motorists in excess of 110 MPH in a posted 55MPH zone.

 

POB BOE Grapples With Tough Issues As School Year Winds Down

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 11 June 2010 00:00

At the Monday, June 7 meeting of the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District Board of Education, there were a lot of weighty issues on the table and plenty of strong opinions to be heard, both from the board and members of the community. Items of discussion included Race to the Top (the controversial educational incentive program introduced by the Obama administration), the use of new technology by the district to improve communication with parents, the questionable value of overseas field trips in difficult economic times, and the usual slate of resolutions. In addition, while it wasn’t on the written agenda, the subject of the departure of several coaches from the high school was broached by several members of the community, who came to speak on their coaches’ behalf.

 

From Sheep to Shawl at Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 04 June 2010 00:00

Once a year, the sheep at Old Bethpage Village Restoration get a haircut - otherwise known as a shearing. On Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30, the Restoration demonstrated old-fashioned shearing in an event called “Sheep to Shawl.”

 

Senator Gillibrand Speaks Out About Long Island Issues

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 04 June 2010 00:00

Since her appointment by Governor Paterson to the U.S. Senate, taking the seat vacated by Hilary Rodham Clinton, followed by her winning the special election in March of 2009, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has had a lot on her plate- from issues as high profile as the economic stimulus package of 2009, to dealing with issues that are less controversial, such as the risk to infants posed by dangerous drop-side cribs. Gillibrand will be running to hold on to her seat in November.

 

New Technologies at POB Library

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 28 May 2010 00:00

For better or for worse, the days when going to the library was all about wandering the stacks are over. At the May 19 meeting of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Library Board of Trustees, much of the discussion centered around new services and technologies that are either available at the library now, or will be in the near future.

 

HANC Students Give of Themselves for Cancer Patients

Friday, 21 May 2010 00:00

The Hebrew Academy of Nassau County (HANC-Plainview) sponsored a hair drive to benefit the Israeli charity “Zichron Menachem” (www.zichron.org). What started as one girl growing her hair for the project quickly caught on; twelve braided ponytails were donated this week to help make wigs for children undergoing chemotherapy as part of their treatment for cancer. For several students, this was their second time donating.

 

Local Teens Shine in CAP’s 13

Friday, 21 May 2010 00:00

Not everyone has good memories of being thirteen; it’s a time rife with uncertainty, awkwardness, and all manner of skin-related troubles. That’s why it’s such a credit to the Cultural Arts Playhouse production of 13, a musical by Jason Robert Brown intended for an all-teen cast, that they make that time in one’s life seem so appealing in retrospect.

 

2010 School Budget Vote Results

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 17:15
2010 School Budget

Pass       2,140
Fail        1,492

School Board: Elect 3

Angel Cepeda*    1,552
Gary Bettan*    1,613
Emily Schulman    1,809

Craig Levy     1,491
Stefanie Nelkens     978

Proposition Two (Establishment of Capital Reserve Fund)

Pass    2,223
Fail    1,288

Proposition 3 (POB Library Budget)

Pass    2,176
Fail    1,297

 

 

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