Kennedy alumnus confirmed to state’s highest court

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday nominated Justice Paul Feinman, a graduate of John F. Kennedy High School and openly gay associate justice at the State Supreme Court, to serve as an associate judge on the state Court of Appeals.

Legislator Carrié Solages arrested after domestic dispute

County Legislator Carrié Solages, a Democrat from Elmont, was arrested after a domestic dispute with his girlfriend on June 21.

NICE Bus crashes into car in North Bellmore

Nassau County Police responded to an auto accident involving a NICE Bus that crashed into a car at the intersection of Jerusalem Ave and Newbridge Road at 1:25 p.m.

Opioid charges against Merrick doctor dismissed

A federal judge on Friday dismissed the federal charges against a Merrick physician accused of illegally distributing opioid pain medication to patients.

Teachers association lends a hand at Strawberry Festival

The North Bellmore Board of Education President Nina Lanci and the North Bellmore Teachers Association were hard at work helping out at the annual 2017 strawberry festival. “Together we can make a difference,” they said.

Bellmore-Merrick Superintendent named Hall of Fame Inductee

John DeTommaso, superintendent of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District since 2013, was recognized for his myriad accomplishments outside the classroom and on the athletic field, at a recent Board of Education meeting.

Ella Forte, of N. Bellmore, dead at 85

Ella Frances Forte, 85, formerly of North Bellmore, died on April 22 surrounded by her family at her home in Mooresville, North Carolina.

Calhoun valedictorian headed to Harvard

Between writing for the school newspaper, working as a junior EMT, singing with the school’s choir and acting for television, Calhoun’s 2017 valedictorian, Julia Losner, has had a busy schedule, but has managed to keep her studies as her top priority.


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