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Fun, Educational Fall Toys For Your Children

As families head back to normalcy and school, we have been learning from the toy experts about educational, calming, and fun toys for kids of all ages.

Tips For Transitioning at College This School Year

Some students may be a little anxious as they prepare to return to campus this fall. Here are some ways to make that transition go smoothly.

Expert Life Coach Offers Advice for Reconnecting With Your Partner

We connected with an expert life coach and author (If It’s Not Right, Go Left) Kristen Glosserman on getting back to a healthy relationship with the one you love.

How to Make Writing Fun For Your Kids

Teach your child writing and make it fun for them with these creative ideas.

Send Your Kids Back to School With These Fun Snacks

Aside from packing your kids a healthy and nutritious lunch, it is important to make sure they have snacks that will keep them full and energized throughout the day.

Biles, Osaka Help Destigmatize Mental Health Struggles For Student-athletes

The recent withdrawals for mental health reasons by gymnastics great Simone Biles from the Tokyo Olympics and tennis star Naomi Osaka from Wimbledon will go a long way toward reducing the stigma of mental health concerns among student-athletes, according to professionals at Long Island universities.

Fall Festivals on Long Island 2021

Let the fall fun begin — here are 13 festivals in September and October on Long Island.

Expert Weighs In on Benefits of Kids Wearing Masks At School

Our new governor, Kathy Hochul, has asked state health officials to require a universal mask mandate in both public and private schools. But many parents understandably have concerns about kids mask-wearing all day at school. 

Pinelawn Memorial Park Hosts First Lantern Lighting Celebration

Pinelawn Memorial Park hosted its first Lantern Lighting Celebration for families to honor deceased loved ones.

Is Catholic School The Right Choice For Your Child?

At a time when the public school system is under so much criticism, working families have found an alternative in Catholic schools, which often reach out to and support communities in need.