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EoL Articles: health
Corruption case against former NuHealth official allowed to continue, judge rules
A Nassau judge has refused to toss out an indictment against a former public
system executive in a misdemeanor public corruption case, according to court records. Read full article on NewsDAY Nassau ...
Friday, 15 May 2015
State, feds probe whether groundwater contamination at Calverton and Bethpage affected residents' health
The state Department of
and a federal agency are examining if exposure to contaminated groundwater may have affected the
of people in Bethpage and Calverton, home to two former Navy and Northrop ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Quality of jail's inmate health care questioned as contract set to expire
Nassau County is trying to extend the contract of a private company that provides medical care at the jail, even as a former bar association president recently called
services for inmates "inadequate ...
Thursday, 07 May 2015
9/11 'survivor tree' seedling planted at Manorhaven Preserve
The lone tree to survive the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in Manhattan is not only
y and back home at Ground Zero, it has 100 heirs standing short and tall across the country. Read full article ...
Thursday, 07 May 2015
College commencement 2015: New York College of Health Professions
Class of 2015: New York College of
Professions Read full article on NewsDAY Nassau ...
Sunday, 03 May 2015
AHRC founders Margaret and Frank Riva honored with new Freeport clinic
Margaret Riva is quite pleased about a new Freeport
clinic aimed at the developmentally disabled that was named in her honor. Read full article on NewsDAY Nassau ...
Sunday, 03 May 2015
Oh, but the children
... print “Jack Martins” greets students and
conscious community residents as they use the athletic field and track. Interestingly, there are no such brazen signs erected on public property at other ...
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Elmont's Model UN Team Upholds Tradition of Excellence
... United Nations) World
Organization Isaiah Geneo Honorable Mention (Boston Model United Nations) UNASUR Michael Bediako Best Position Paper Award Russian Federation Conference ...
Friday, 16 August 2013
Elmont and Sewanhaka High School Students Participate In International UN Conference
... an initiative spearheaded by Elsy Mecklembourg-Guibert of EMG
and Aubrey Phillips, former Elmont and Sewanhaka School Board Member and manager/editor of Elmont Online. “Expanding awareness on ...
Monday, 29 April 2013
Elmont Memorial High School Commends October Students of the Month
... English AIS; Robin Varughese, English AIS; Tatyana Bennett, English AIS; Damien Rubio, The Mustangs Team; Symone Wynter, Physical Education; Lovemy Blanchard, Science; Brittnee Gray,
Monday, 14 January 2013
... other mental illness, or with special needs may be at greater risk for severe reactions than others. Be particularly observant for those who may be at risk of suicide. Seek the help of mental
Monday, 17 December 2012
The Community Responds to another Health Mini-series
Communications and The New York Alzheimer’s Association hosted a dinner-lecture entitled “Dementia: What You Need to Know” for
professionals and others involved in the care of elders ...
Sunday, 15 July 2012
This Struggle Is A Foretaste Of Things To Come
... year? Instead of complaining about the same issues year after year, don't you think it's time someone find a solution. The tax increase is not for the students it's for the pay increases, pension and
Monday, 25 June 2012
Vote Yes On June 19
... Retirement System increase 15%;
Insurance Increase 11% and Special Education Increase 2% represent 2.3% of the 2.8% increase. Madated expenses alone caused the district budget to exceed the ...
Friday, 01 June 2012
Magaly Polo Receives The Prestigious Dr. Carter G. Woodson Award
... worker in the New York City Department of
and Mental Hygiene, having served many of those eight years at Elmhurst Hospital Center. Like Dr. Woodson, Polo shares the importance of promoting awareness ...
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
If only there could be more Malagy's in
If only there could be more Malagy's in the world! I am happy that she continues her volunteering at the American Red Cross of Greater New York and is now a member of our Disaster Mental
Sunday, 13 November 2011
It's pretty sad that Ed Ra is this out o
... the economic development summit. He says nothing about revitalization and Belmont. He voted against the education budget for our children. He voted against
care for Franklin Hospital. He voted against ...
Sunday, 09 October 2011
This hearing was important for all rider
... to know clearly that the decision Senator Fuschillo and I made to make sure that the buses keep rolling with Senate funding was not only the right thing to do, it was critical to the
, welfare and ...
Thursday, 01 September 2011
New York Knicks are Special Guests of 3-on-3 Tourney!
... you won’t want to miss!” The Henry Viscardi School is a school of students, parents, teachers, staff, and volunteers dedicated to empowering students with physical disabilities and
Sunday, 26 June 2011
If you were to audit many school distric
... a billion dollars for 180 day school year. Library is open every day except certain holidays for 3 million. You do the math, and we have all the same expense. MTA TAX,
CARE, PENSIONS , WAGES AND ...
Sunday, 19 June 2011
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FBI experts to examine train's windshield
SUNY Old Westbury grads praised for activism, passion for education
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