first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The winners of the 2017 Long Island Press High School Journalism Awards competition will be announced during its tenth annual gala May 30 at Hofstra University’s John Cranford Adams Playhouse in Hempstead.Hundreds of student journalists from more than two dozen local high schools submitted more than 2,000 submissions in over 100 categories. Press staffers are reviewing the outstanding journalistic work from students across Nassau and Suffolk counties in print, online and video—with honors to be awarded for writing, design, illustration, art and photography.“The top-notch stories that Long Island high school students submit impresses us more each year,” said Timothy Bolger, editor in chief of the Press. “It’s a tall task to narrow down winners among so many impressive submissions. These students really do represent the best and brightest of local high school journalism.”The Press launched the program to inspire and support students in their efforts to secure internships, scholarships and, eventually, jobs in journalism or publishing. A Press representative has been visiting high schools across the Island throughout the academic year to teach students about publishing and help them hone their skills.Besides awards in individual categories such as best news story or column, the biggest awards of the night are for Newspaper of the Year, Student Journalist of the Year, Story of the Year and Advisor of the Year.Participating schools, students, their teachers and families are invited to attend the annual awards gala. For more information, visit longislandpress.com/highschool. For inquiries and sponsorship opportunities, email Press co-publisher Joshua Schneps at [email protected]last_img read more


first_imgNAFCU’s advocacy team is closely monitoring the Trump and Clinton presidential campaigns and continues to advance with both the need for regulatory relief for the nation’s member-owned credit unions and to preserve credit unions’ federally tax-exempt status, association President and CEO Dan Berger said Monday.“NAFCU has met with both presidential campaigns seeking the candidates’ support for the more than 103 million Americans who rely on credit unions to meet their financial service needs,” said Berger. “As these campaigns proceed, we will continue our efforts to advance specific relief from onerous rules that are driving up costs for credit unions with no clear benefit to credit union members.“In addition, we remain focused on ensuring lawmakers and the next president understand the value credit unions bring to their members and to the nation’s economy as a whole.”Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump discussed his economic plans Monday before the Detroit Economic Club, where Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will return Thursday to do the same. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_imgThus, Adriatic.hr is one of the first travel agencies that, thanks to the efforts of the internal team, successfully completed the API integration of private accommodation for the Trivago portal. In addition to comparing prices, Hotel Trivago has added the offer of private accommodation to its services, and the agency is Adriatic.hr, which, thanks to the mentioned integration, managed to list its entire offer of private accommodation on their website, which has over 14.000 accommodation units. Cover photo: Illustration by HrTurizam.hr Leading agencies in terms of online booking of private accommodation in Croatia, Adriatic.hr, represents a kind of turning point in the offer of private accommodation.  The Adriatic.hr travel agency owes its success to the constant application of technical solutions and innovations, so it is not surprising that the IT sector is part of its identity, which ultimately led to a constant search for new ideas to improve the rental market. “By monitoring market trends, the opportunity and need to establish partnerships with various global companies was identified, to which Adriatic.hr quickly established itself as the most important domestic business partner. ” point out from the Adriatic.hr agency center_img By the way, Trivago is a growing hotel search engine that allows users to compare hotel prices with just a few clicks, and searches more than 400 search sites and more than 1,8 million hotels in more than 190 countries. Niame, private accommodation within the Adriatic.hr offer will be listed on the largest website for comparing accommodation prices online – trivago. last_img read more


first_imgRookie Brett McConnell from Henderson found victory lane again in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts. Bassett caught Tim Bergerson for the lead in the Saturday night main event for Karl Kustoms North­ern SportMods and led to the checkers. Vince Corbin completed a late drive to second. Eric Bassett made his first visit this season to victory lane at Arlington Raceway after winning the Saturday night Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature. (Photo by Sarah Moriarty) ARLINGTON, Minn. (Aug. 1) – After making his move on the 10th time around the track, Eric Bas­sett made his first trip this season to victory lane at Arlington Raceway. Once again, Cory Probst had the car to beat in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature as he took the front spot on the second lap and was chased across the stripe by Matt Olsen. After working his way steadily to the front of the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car field, Bill Johnson had the lead when lap nine was scored and set sail the rest of the way. Dan Mackenthun caught pole starter Jeff McCollum and won the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature. Dalton Magers led the IMCA Modified feature from start to finish. Clint Hatlestad was able to get around Josh Ruby following a restart but could not catch Magers and settled for second.last_img read more