FHS Students Create Robot Through School-Business Partnership
A group of Farmingdale High School (FHS) students recently exceeded even their own expectations, when they created a full-size, working robot that will be entered into a national science and technology competition.
Heating Oil Price Spike Hits Home
Some state lawmakers are calling for federal action in response to a petroleum price surge that approximately doubled many Long Islanders' home heating bills in recent weeks, leaving them frustrated and wondering why.
Stars Finish Successful Season
The eighth-grade CYO St. Kilian Stars completed their successful basketball season in early February with a tough second round playoff loss to St. Edwards of Syosset. The Stars second straight playoff appearance in two years capped a season that saw them finish in second place in the highly competitive Westbury Division with a regular season record of 9 wins and 3 losses. The team's overall record for the 1999/2000 season was 11 wins and 5 losses.
Columbus Lodge Winter Meetings Stir Talk of Rematch
The Columbus Lodge #2143 softball committee recently held their winter meetings at the Columbus Lodge building in South Farmingdale. Highlights of the meeting included a reduction of Sunday morning pick-up games, continued participation in charity softball events, and a possible rematch with the Gulotta Lodge.
Celebrate Black History Month
Hope Amid Loss