North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center 2018 Annual Report
In 1993, Natasha Alexenko was brutally raped in the stairwell of her Manhattan apartment building. Despite the emotional and physical trauma, Alexenko, then a 20-year-old college student, immediately reported the crime in hopes that her attacker would be found.
Earlier this month, a 14-year-old was beaten, slapped and kicked by three teens yelling anti-gay slurs aboard a school bus in Westbury, part of an “ongoing course of conduct” over months, according to police.
My favorite form of exercise is one of the simplest. Whether I’m hiking on the beach or taking a stroll with my lab-mix Charley, I’m at my happiest exploring Long Island’s neighborhoods, one foot at a time.
In his State of the State address on Wednesday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said this should be the year marriage equality comes to New York.
‘Move that bus!’ helped shape kids’ values, but Snooki is always a click away
ABC-TV’s inclusion of Chaz Bono brings transgender people mainstream attention
From Adelphi to Southampton and everywhere in between, visionary builders, architects and engineers, along with their clients, are making the move to sustainable design.
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