The top 5 stories in the Long Island Press this week include the Press‘s fall festival guide, the bus tragedy that occurred upstate involving Farmingdale students and teachers, and more.
With the summer coming to an end, winter is slowly but inevitably creeping closer. But don’t you fret, because fall will swoop in to cool the heat and keep the frigid cold away for just a bit longer.
Bus Carrying Farmingdale High School Students to Band Camp Crashes, Killing 2 and Seriously Injuring Others
A charter bus carrying Farmingdale High School students to a band camp veered off a New York highway and tumbled down an embankment Thursday, killing two adults and seriously injuring several others, officials said.
The home on Bittersweet Lane in Center Moriches where 8-year-old Thomas Valva froze to death in 2020 failed to sell at a Town of Brookhaven auction this morning, according to reports.
Gerry Ferretti and Belfast Gastro Pub teamed up to show the first five episodes of The Fontanas – the new original Dramedy from Ferretti Films.
The Allan and Geraldine Rosenberg Residence, a new housing development in the village of Freeport which offers 45 affordable apartments for adults aged 55 and older, was completed Tuesday.