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For the second time in two weeks, the Nassau County High School athletic events have been postponed due to a snowstorm that blanketed the area on Friday. more
Bellmore-Merrick’s hockey team has almost made it look easy on the ice, running out to a 17-0 record with one regular-season game remaining. But the Bulldogs are built for the long haul, and the goal is not only regular season success, but a continuation of that right into and through the playoffs as the program aims for its first-ever Nassau County title. more
Hundreds of people gathered on Plainfield Avenue and marched to the main entrance of Belmont Park on Saturday, protesting Nassau Off Track Betting’s decision to house video lottery terminals in the … more
After holding Calhoun to just 10 first-half points and opening up a five-point lead, Mepham head coach Jim Mulvey’s talk at intermission was a simple one: Stay the course on defense. more
All Nassau County High School athletic events for Saturday, Jan. 23, have been postponed. more
Even after a tough 62-45 road loss to front-running Westbury on Jan. 12, Mepham still ended the first half of its Conference AA-III boys’ basketball schedule — and entered its bye week — exactly where it wanted to be: smack in the middle of the playoff race. more
A crowd much too large for the Floral Park Memorial High School auditorium gathered at the school on Jan. 12 to voice its disapproval of Nassau Off Track Betting’s plan to put video lottery … more
With budget cuts and a possible reduction of county services becoming closer to reality for Nassau County residents, there was a palpable feeling of nervousness at the Jan. 5 East End Civic … more
There were a number of unknowns for Mepham at the start of the 2015-16 basketball season, but the Lady Pirates have answered those questions in simple terms with wins, and plenty of them. more
Mepham High School senior Erin Gilroy had completed all the science and math credits she needed to graduate by the end of 11th grade. Then she doubled up on English and social studies classes this fall. That enabled her to graduate from Mepham six months early — and get a big head start on her soccer training at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. more
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