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Hundreds of Calhoun, Kennedy and Mepham students were inducted into their high schools’ chapters of the National Honor Society on April 9. The society recognizes students’ academic … more
Catholic school students from across Nassau County recently gathered at Sacred Heart School in North Merrick to receive awards in the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Bishop Kellenberg … more
Although dozens of school boards across Nassau County recently voted to ease veterans’ tax burdens, the county’s Department of Assessment has postponed enactment of the tax breaks until … more
The North Bellmore Board of Education recently adopted the district’s 2014-15 budget, which business officials said was adjusted from the original draft in order to meet a $2.18 million revenue … more
Never think and act like you’re the best — you always have something to learn. Those were the words of Edson Arantes do Nascimento, more commonly known as Pele’, who was given an honorary … more
The Mepham High School auditorium was alive with “The Sound of Music” last weekend, as students staged their annual spring musical. The Skull and Bones Drama Club at produced several … more
More than 140 older adults from throughout Bellmore-Merrick were treated to a senior citizens prom at Mepham High School on April 2, courtesy of the school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions … more
Hundreds of runners gathered at the Mepham High School track last weekend for the eighth annual Paul Limmer Invitational on April 5. … more
Nassau County veterans who thought they would see their school taxes reduced in 2014-15 have another think coming. Though dozens of school boards around the county voted in recent weeks to ease veterans’ tax burdens, the county’s Department of Assessment has postponed enactment of the tax breaks until 2015-16. more
A month ago, Calhoun High School Principal David Seinfeld reached out to Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District officials with a heavy heart. Saul Lerner, the district’s director of health and physical education, said Seinfeld called to say that he was worried because he had recently attended three funerals of former Calhoun students, all of whom had died of heroin overdoses. more
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