Rev. Michael Reilly, principal of St. Joseph by the Sea, said the favored candidate for a school lunch contract seemed “very, very nervous” as he withdrew his bid.
Court papers say one of the 16-year-olds punched the dean in the side of the head, knocking him down, and the two then punched him, causing his ear to swell and bleed.
A row of tobacco ads went up at the BP gas station right across the street from a private high school. It’s got Staten Islanders smoking, all right – with rage.
The fight started after the officer intervened in what reportedly looked like illegal drug activity. After a wild struggle, the off-duty College of Staten Island Auxiliary Services employee died, possibly of a heart attack.
Oleg Soloviev said his problems with the school sprang from clerical errors and minor procedural violations, and that he has been the focus of an NCAA investigation connected to the recent suspension of three CSI swimmers.
Police said they found a teenager from Pennsylvania walking around near PS 14 with a sawed-off shotgun in a bag. It led them to wonder what the plan was, that day.
Conservative members of Congress say “who cares about childhood obesity. Just show me the money!” (That’s not actually what they said, but they do count pizza as a vegetable).
Not bad overall, but two of our schools dropped a grade, and none of them went up. Ralph E. McKee Career & Technical went from A to B, and Port Richmond High from B to a C.
Nicole Malliotakis (R-East Shore/Brooklyn) says parents should be able to choose a less graphic, more abstinence-based sex ed program than the schools will provide.
Back in 1974, a young woman started drawing $500 a month in disability payments using a bogus name and a Social Security number she’d somehow gotten a hold of, prosecutors say.