Long Island Organist Receives Prestigious College ScholarshipMatt Luca, a senior at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, Long Island, was stunned to receive perhaps the most prestigious scholarhip for the organ in America.
At School Sports Events, Athletic Trainers Can Be The Difference Between Life And DeathWhether it's a referee having a heart attack, an athlete suffering a concussion, or a fan hit by a ball, few schools have a medical staff on site to respond immediately to medical emergencies.
Six-Year-Old Boy Thanks Long Island Doctors, Students Who Saved His LifeErblin Sllamniku speaks no English, but it didn't require an interpreter to read his smiles and hugs as doctors, students, and volunteers from Gift of Life brought him and his father to Long Island.
Legendary Hoops Coach Hurley Fighting To Keep Cash-Strapped St. Anthony's OpenA fabled New Jersey school could be closing its doors soon. But its legendary basketball coach is doing everything he can to keep it open.
St. Anthony's High School On Long Island Expels 4 Students Over Racially Charged IncidentsFour Long Island high school students have been expelled in the wake of two racially charged incidents, officials said.
Principal: L.I. High School Students Suspended Indefinitely For Displaying Confederate FlagBrother Gary Cregan, principal of St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, said the two seniors walked in with a Confederate flag draped around their shoulders during a sporting event at the school.
Police: Long Island Couple Charged After Underage Drinking Reported In HomeA 16-year-old girl who was a guest at the party was ill with alcohol poisoning, police said. Other underage teens were also visibly drunk and witnesses told police that large amounts of vodka had been consumed, according to police.
Flasher Sought Near South Huntington SchoolThere have been two disturbing flashing incidents near St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, Long Island.
Gov. Christie Lauds Success Of St. Anthony's High School; Names Higher Ed SecretaryThe Jersey City school has sent 100 percent of its graduates to college over the last 17 years.