Scott P. Moore

Multimedia Journalist

New York City, NY

Scott P. Moore

I am a multimedia reporter who uses every tool at his disposal from classic to digital mediums to get to the bottom of the story. Using these multiple forms, I am able to tell a story from different angles as those seen in the traditional article.



Motorola unveils affordable new smartphone, Moto E

Motorola took the covers off its newest entry into the smartphone market on Tuesday morning, introducing the low-cost smartphone Moto E. The new phone packs the latest version of Android, 3G data connectivity, a 5-megapixel camera and a built-in FM radio and a battery that can “go all day,” according to Motorola.
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Pirates notch MLB’s first replay walk-off victory

The celebration in Pittsburgh took a little bit longer than it usually does following a walk-off win, but the wait was well worth it – for the Pirates, at least. Pittsburgh became the first MLB team to earn a walk-off win this season with the help of a video replay that gave them the victory-securing run.
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Mayor: Sandy Damage Could Be in Hundreds of Millions

Scordino says damage south of Montauk Highway in Village was devastating.
Babylon Village Patch Link to Story

Empty Homes Leave Lindy Residents Worried

Village residents concerned unkept properties could lead to more dangers for their families.
Lindenhurst Patch Link to Story

Water Rates Rise As Iron Problems Persist In Quality

A rate increase of nearly two-and-a-half percent has begun to affect customers of Long Island American Water, the private utility company that maintains the water system throughout The Five Towns and Atlantic Beach, even as an excess iron problem continues throughout the system. The New York State Public Service Commission approved a rate increase by Long Island American Water (LIAW) earlier this year, allowing the company to raise rates for the first time since they were previously set in 2008.
The South Shore Standard Link to Story

Memories of Brian McDonnell

Family and friends recall New York City Police officer lost in the World Trader Center collapse on 9/11.
Newsday Link to Story

State Seizes Duffy’s Ale House for Not Paying Taxes

Though owner Gene Arnold says the restaurant could reopen as early as Thursday.
Lindenhurst Patch Link to Story

Rockaway Beach: New Hipster Paradise

Standard Staff Reporter Just a little over four miles west of the Lawrence border lies a hipster’s paradise. In what seems like an overnight transformation, Rockaway Beach and a new lineup of businesses have given life to an area lacking not so long ago. With revitalization underway, the nearby beach and boardwalk are easy getaway spots for anyone, hipster or not, from The Five Towns area.
The South Shore Standard Link to Story

Power Surge Damages Babylon Residents' Appliances

A Monday morning power surge has reportedly left many Babylon residents with damaged or destroyed electronics in their homes.
Babylon Village Patch Link to Story

No Trader Joe's Expected on Long Island in Next Two Years

Supermarket representatives tell no further Long Island stores planned.
Lindenhurst Patch Link to Story

Walking the Beat with Local “Meter Maid”

Make sure you feed the meter and absolutely do not double park — Gayle Winters and the rest of the Cedarhurst parking enforcement crew are on patrol, keeping an eye out for drivers that do not follow the law. Winters’ day starts at about 9:00 a.m., when she leaves the Cedarhurst Village Hall to walk her beat which is focused around the main strip of Central Avenue and throughout the village parking lots.
The South Shore Standard Link to Story

Hurricane Grill & Wings Headed to Lindenhurst

Former Cattleman's Grill will be redesigned and renovated for new wings bar.
Lindenhurst Patch Link to Story


Scott P. Moore

Scott P. Moore is currently an Online Reporter and Producer with, the website for The New York Post, in New York City.

Before moving to his current position, Moore was most recently the Local Editor of Babylon Village Patch in Babylon Village, Long Island and the Lindenhurst Patch in Lindenhurst, Long Island, New York. He has worked diligently covering local politics, an impressive business district, education, charities and sporting events since being hired by in May 2012.

Moore was previously a Staff Reporter with The South Shore Standard, a weekly newspaper covering The Five Towns section of Southwest Nassau County on Long Island. His work there also included print reporting, redesigning the newspaper’s website, improving the social media presence of the organization and photography. Moore graduated from Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, Long Island, New York with a dual Bachelor’s in Online Journalism and American History. He was the Managing Editor of a student-run news organization, Stony Brook Independent, during his senior year at the university and was part of a select group sent to Louisiana by the School of Journalism covering the recovery of Venice, LA following both the 2011 BP Gulf Oil Spill and 2005′s disastrous Hurricane Katrina.

Moore has also previously interned with, manning their website to promote new content and constantly blogging about technology and game. Moore has also previously freelanced for before his hiring and The New York Academy of Sciences Magazine.

Moore has a diverse amount of interests and skills in various areas that include meteorology, sports, technology, gaming, photography and web design. He currently resides in Lindenhurst, Long Island.



  • Videography
  • Blogging
  • Social Media
  • Photography
  • Audio slideshows
  • Story-telling
  • Articles
  • HTML & CSS
  • Tech knowledge
  • Infographics