Bald For A Benefit

At 10 years old, Richie Watson has done more fundraising than many adults. The Bayville Intermediate School fourth-grader has been fundraising for the St....

Science Fair Displays Innovative Thinking

The Oyster Bay High School science department recently hosted a seventh grade science fair in the gym. Many innovative projects were proudly displayed throughout...

Catholic Daughters Host Scholarship Tea

On Sunday, March 1, Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart #370 held their annual scholarship tea in the Silveri Center at St....

Second-Graders Learn Lego Engineering

The second-grade students at the Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School were introduced to a new program that they absolutely love. The Lego We Do Robotics...

National Merit Finalists

Locust Valley High School announced that students Mary Kate Guma, Tazim Merchant and Andrew Wee have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists based on...

High School Students, Staff Give Blood

Recent weather situations have created a blood shortage in New York. The students and staff at the Oyster Bay High School responded by donating...

Mill Neck Director Returns From Abroad

Though exhausted after a 20-plus hour flight, Loretta Murray, executive director of Mill Neck Services (MNS), was cheered by the sight of the smiles...

National Honor Society Inducts New Members

On Monday, Jan. 12, the Oyster Bay High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members in a beautiful candlelit ceremony in...

Pajamas For A Cause In Locust Valley

Flannel pants and bathrobes are the new fashion trend in the Locust Valley Central School District on Wednesdays as students and staff raise money...

Students Win Big In Business Leadership Comp

A total of 27 Oyster Bay High School students from various business classes competed in the 12th annual Huntington Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals...