Why the Library Proposal Includes Outdoor Space for Kids Access to media of all kinds has brought the universe to our front door, allowing us to experience anything we want in an instant, from the life of the tiniest microbes to views from the tallest mountains. And yet, ironically, this technology has also pulled us […]
Local History Article No. 15 – Exploring the Augustus Floyd Estate through the eyes of Emily Gardiner.
“In case you’re new to these United States, a quick explanation: Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, traditionally the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. (Today it’s better known as the day retail stores try desperately to remind people there are still retail stores.) Cyber Monday happens three days later, with the focus […]
Michelle Romero, a page in the Children’s and Parents’ Services Department, was recently honored with a volunteer award by Suffolk County and a 500-hour award from Colonial Youth and Family Services.