Joseph Catrone

Joseph Catrone is the former editor of Farmingdale Observer, Hicksville News, Levittown Tribune and Massapequa Observer.

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Our Lady of Mercy Tops On LI

Voted best private school, best teacher for Spaventa Ask any educator why they do the work that they do and you’re unlikely to hear “recognition” as an answer, but public praise nonetheless acts as reassurance for...

100 Years Of Learning, Family And Faith

The story of St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School in Westbury is one of both significant progress and steady sameness since its founding in 1918. Now, with their 100th anniversary looming, Paul Clagnaz, the school’s...

Ryder Named Commish, Pending Approval

In what she referred to as “one of the most important appointments that a county executive can make,” Nassau County Executive Laura Curran announced the selection of Patrick Ryder as commissioner of the Nassau County...

Opportunity STEMs From Experience

LI STEM Hub paves way for future innovators Chances are, anyone who’s participated in a conversation about education in the last 10-or-so years has come across the acronym “STEM.” Most know it as shorthand for Science,...

A Truly Impractical New Year’s Eve

For stars of a show whose core values in its seven-year run have been fun, friendship and, of course, laughter, it seems only natural that Impractical Jokers’ Sal Vulcano, Joe Gatto, James “Murr” Murray and...

Frosted Window Panes And Beer Glasses

Who says beer is the ultimate summer drink? As we reach this time of the year, seasonal winter brews are popping up all over, offering enthusiasts and neophytes alike a welcome respite from the same...

They Robbed Banks And Innocence

What’s perhaps most striking in viewing the 1967 classic Bonnie and Clyde 50 years after it shook up the film industry is not how engaging it remains, but how compelled the viewer feels to root...

Superheroes Off The Field

‘Tis the season of giving, and for every professional athlete who gives 110 percent on the field, there are also a select few who devote time and energy to charitable endeavors off the field. Accomplishments...

Comic Con Swoops Into Long Island

Look, up in the sky! It's Superman and Wonder Woman! It’s not a bird or plane, it’s even better. For the first time in the Justice League’s existence, Comic Con will be making its way to...

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The Future Was Here: The 1939 World’s Fair

In 1935, New York, as with the rest of the country, was still in the throes of Depression. A group of enterprising investors got...

Long Island Children’s Museum Events May 26-June 1

Visit the Long Island Children’s Museum this month for fun events and activities. Visitors to the LICM Theater are receiving musical messages about protecting...

Design & Decor—Full Issue—March 21, 2018

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‘Freezin’ For A Reason’ TOB Polar Plunge To Benefit Special Olympics

  4th annual event to be held at TOBAY Beach tomorrow, March 18 Special Olympics New York and the Town of Oyster Bay invite you to...

Anton Classifieds—December 20-26, 2017

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