Kings Park parents are have growing concerns over the Common Core as the school year gets into full swing, while still left with unanswered questions about the district's stance and implementation of the new curriculum.
"My son is losing his interest in school," said Debra Morsello, who has a third-grader in Kings Park. "I'm seeing him fight me, I'm seeing him in tears and I'm seeing him upset over the tests."
Co-Workers Start Fundraiser for Kings Park Man Battling Brain Cancer
A Kings Park woman's co-workers are reaching out to the community to help raise funds to help a local husband and father battle against brain cancer.
Rebeca Sanchez, a co-worker of Kings Park resident Kim Massa, has created a Give Forward fundraiser to help Kim and her husband, Jim Bubeck, who is battling stage 3 brain cancer.
Kings Park Church Discovers A New Path
A Kings Park church is working together under new leadership to discover its path to a brighter future.
The former North Shore Baptist church, located at 23 W. Main Street, has recently taken on the new name of Discover Church under Jason Jasper. Church members, new and old, are working together to find a new path of religious worship that works in the everyday life of the local community.
Kingsmen Girls Volleyball Wins League V Title
The Kings Park girls volleyball team is proving they are force to be reckoned with on the court as they claimed their first championship title of 2013 season on Wednesday.
Kings Park girls volleyball team clinched Suffolk's League V record on Wednesday beating Huntington 3-0, with match scores of 25-10, 25-10, 25-17, Newsday reports. It's their third consecutive league title.
Outdated Septic Systems at State Parks to be Replaced
New York State Parks announced Monday that septic systems at five Suffolk County state parks, including Sunken Meadow, will be replaced.
An engineering review preliminarily concluded that 30 septic systems at Belmont Lake, Heckscher, Robert Moses, Sunken Meadow, and Wildwood state parks that were installed several decades ago are not in compliance with current septic treatment standards.