Supervisor-Elect Romaine To Be Sworn in Monday
Brookhaven supervisor-elect Ed Romaine will be sworn in Monday in a ceremony that will be open to the public.
The event is set for 3:30 p.m. at Town Hall in Farmingville. Romaine, who will be the 70th person to serve as supervisor, will deliver a speech with the theme “Moving Brookhaven Forward.”
Miller Place Runner to Compete at Foot Locker XC Championships
Miller Place junior Tiana Guevara will compete at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships Northeast Regional race on Nov. 24 at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
This is Guevera's second straight year in the competition as she returns to compete against some of the best runners in the region for a coveted spot in the national finals. She finished 19th in last year's regional race.
Volunteers From Mt. Sinai Lend a Helping Hand to Sandy Victims
Parents, students and teachers from Mt. Sinai School District made a trek out west last week to the most devastated parts of Long Island to help out people who are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy.
According to High School Principal Rob Grable, the team arrived in Rockaway Beach at about 7:45 a.m. to gut about five homes.
“We drove a bit further west and did the same for a few needy residents in Breezy Point,” he said.
Miller Place's "SoLo" Releases Latest Music Video
Miller Place singer/rapper Pat "SoLo" Jamieson released his latest music video for the song Almost There off his fourth professional mixtape, Stereo Therapy.
The song his a remake of Already There by John West, and it is the second video from SoLo's latest mixtape, available for download for free on datpiff.com [explicit language].
Rocky Point Voters Pass Capital Reserve Projects
Voters on Monday passed a referendum for three Capital Reserve Projects, including the installation of a new turf field, by a vote of 305-199.
"Tonight we see saw that the voters wanted this to go forward and we're happy that they wanted it to go forward and help us improve our instructional spaces, replace the track that needs to be replaced and to help add value to the track as well," said Superintendent Michael Ring.