Once a Scout, always a Scout.
That’s how one Eagle Scout described the outpouring of support after 12-year-old Andrew McMorris, a seventh-grader at Albert Prodell Middle School in Shoreham, died Sunday after being struck by an alleged drunken driver while out on a hike with fellow Scouts from Troop 161. READ
A Queens man clinging to an overturned kayak in Long Island Sound drifted a mile and half off shore before being safely rescued Thursday afternoon with the assistance of a Suffolk Police helicopter, according to Wading River Fire Chief Kevin McQueeney. READ
Shoreham-Wading River School District residents have accepted that the fate of the Briarcliff campus may include its sale. READ
In his gut, Leon Michaelson knew something terrible had happened.
His son Alex had driven his Kawasaki motorcycle to Wading River to get gas in the early afternoon of Oct. 22. READ
In September 2015, Mollie Adler was hit with tough news.
Recently divorced, she was laid off from her office management job and facing the possibility of foreclosure on her Shoreham home.
Struggling to find a way to support her two children and keep her home, Ms. Adler decided to open a business doing what she loves — baking.
Two years ago, Shoreham-Wading River pitcher Brian Morrell took the mound at Bayport-Blue Point High School in a Suffolk County Class A final and threw one dominant inning after the next. READ
Shoreham-Wading River Central School District officials have confirmed the student who sent an anonymous text message Thursday threatening that “something might occur” at the high school on Friday has been identified, according to an alert posted on the district’s website.
Hundreds of Shoreham-Wading River students and community members gathered in early October for a pair of candlelight vigils to mourn the death of 14-year-old student Nick Donnelly.
He was remembered as a standout wrestler who competed on the varsity team as an eighth-grader.