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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Rain shut down the 24th annual Merrick Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival in the middle of the afternoon last Saturday. By Sunday morning, however, the rainclouds had moved northeast and the sun came out, offering a perfect day of family fun up and down Merrick Avenue, from the Long Island Rail Road station to the famed southwestern eatery R.S. Jones, at the corner of Loines Avenue. more
Actor Billy Crystal stood on the corner of Monroe Boulevard and East Chester Street, just a few blocks from where he grew up, and recalled playing ball as a boy in the center malls along Park … more
The smallest player on the field had the biggest impact in Freeport’s 36-26 victory over visiting Oceanside in last Friday night’s much-anticipated Nassau Conference I football opener. more
Picking up where it left off last season when it captured the first Long Island football championship in school history, Carey found the end zone on its first three possessions and spoiled Mepham’s new turf field unveiling with a 33-7 victory on Saturday in Nassau Conference II. more
A play is “embargoed”— not open for review — before its official opening. That means I’ll have to curb my superlatives for Playwrights Horizons’ “Bootycandy” until next week. more
With the summer winding down, so is work on the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District’s three new artificial-turf athletic fields at Calhoun, Kennedy and Mepham high schools. The fields passed their final “bounce test” and were certified playable on Sept. 9, according to Saul Lerner, the Central District's athletics director. more
Nassau County started video enforcement of school speed zones at 20 sites across the county, including two in the Bellmore-Merrick area, during the first week of September, when school began. Eventually, Nassau officials say they will install 56 cameras across the county. more
The message is simple –– Keep two eyes on the road, two hands on the wheel. Sadly, however, it’s too often ignored by teen drivers, with tragic consequences. Last year the State Farm insurance company began its “Celebrate My Drive” campaign to telegraph such messages to young people. Now the Bellmore-Merrick Community Parent Center is urging students from the Central District’s five schools to join in the effort. more
A Zoning Board of Appeals trustee claims that the city’s corporation counsel, Corey Klein, was not authorized to approve what the zoning official called a “terrible” stipulation agreement with … more
Alexis Fritz is a mom who has succeeded in the world of business competition and stress, who is now looks forward to experiencing the world of childhood joy and innocence. more
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