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When Park Avenue Elementary School sixth-grader Anthony D’Amato learned last year that he would be taught how to tap dance by Joseph Webb, director of the American Embassy of Dance, he was … more
The crowd stood and cheered for one woman during the May 7, 2013 North Bellmore Board of Education meeting — Marie Testa, who had just been named the district’s superintendent. Randee Colter, … more
Growing up in Douglaston, Queens, Jonathan Scinto watched many of Julia Child’s cooking shows. So began his love of the culinary arts. “Most kids were probably watching ‘Sesame … more
Student-athletes at Sanford H. Calhoun High School recently announced their commitment to play collegiate-level sports in the fall. more
A record 23 Mepham High School student-athletes have committed to play sports in college. more
The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District is working on a plan that would allow most students to take algebra and earth science in eighth grade, if they wish, according to Superintendent John DeTommaso. more
Matthew Giandalia was honored recently with the George Farber Outstanding Student Award. more
What happens when you put 13 teenagers together in a foreign country? Most people would expect chaos, but to my surprise, it turned out to be a wonderful experience, filled with laughter, excitement and only a little chaos. more
A federal judge will wait an extra two weeks to sentence Dave Denenberg, a former Nassau County legislator from Merrick, for defrauding a legal client of $2.3 million. His sentencing was scheduled for May 22, but the judge granted a requested delay until June 5. more
Memorial Day parades and ceremonies on Nassau County's South Shore. more
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