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Pawnbroker Award To Davis

Schreiber graduate Joshua Davis was recently chosen to receive the first ever Young Professional Award at Pawn Expo Las Vegas, the industry’s annual trade show. Davis, who graduated from Schreiber High School in 2002, was recognized for his contributions to the community, leadership at the company he cofounded and his … [Read More...]


Tee Time At Harbor Links

With a few weeks of summer left to go, the kids in Port Washington continue to enjoy their summer by hitting some golf balls. At Harbor Links, there’s plenty of fun for kids as they learn to play on the golf course. Harbor Links Golf, in its 15th year, holds two ongoing summer programs that run till late August. The first … [Read More...]

On The Gridiron With PYA

The first day of school is now just around the corner, and the fall football season is about to begin. The Port Washington Youth Activities’ (PYA) football programs have also kick-started their fall registration process for the upcoming year. PYA football programs will begin Sept. 13. PYA hosts its tackle football and … [Read More...]

Grant For Microgrid Feasibility Study

North Hempstead was recently awarded a NY Prize Stage 1 grant to fund a feasibility study to install microgrids, or small-scale power grids, that can operate independently or in conjunction with the area’s main electrical grid. The microgrid would be located in downtown Port Washington, which is a part of the NY Prize … [Read More...]


Granola Company Born From a Bake Sale

Port Washington is the home of Viki’s Granola founder and CEO Viki Sater, and is also the birthplace of the brand. “When my oldest daughter was still attending Schreiber High School in 2009, she asked me to donate to a bake sale,” said Sater. “I was expecting her to request a storebought box of brownies or cookies but, to … [Read More...]

Water Conservation Photo Contest

The Town of North Hempstead (TONH) is partnering with WaterSense, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program that seeks to conserve the future of our nation’s water supply by offering people ways to minimize water waste with the use of water efficient products and services. The WaterSense Program is hosting a … [Read More...]


Plant A Row A Success

By Emily Shlafmitz It’s hard to miss the 50 painted flower pots located around Port Washington, each with a unique, intricate design and overflowing with fresh plants. These pots are part of the Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign, which seeks to provide those in the community who have inadequate food supplies with … [Read More...]

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