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Stepinac High School students above the age of 17 recently donated blood during a one-day drive held in the school’s cafeteria.
As seniors across the country wrap up the school year and make important decisions about their future, a Burke Catholic High School 12th grader is choosing to serve her country after going to college on a scholarship paid for by the United States Army.
The Marist College Center for Sports Communication welcomes U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame defender and TV analyst.
The Dutchess County Fairgrounds announces that one $8,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Dutchess County high school senior or a student enrolled in college.
On-campus site is learning/training clinic for SUNY Orange students; offers low-cost option for community.
It cost Gayhead Elementary students $40,500 to see their teacher get his head shaved on Valentine’s Day.
Iona Prep Scholar-Athletes Commit To Play College Football As Part Of “National Signing Day”
Ralph Coates as been named Liberty Partnership Program director.
Jeffrey Lyons, a five-time New York Emmy Award winner, will discuss his life, career, and memories of revered actor Orson Welles at MSMC.