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Yet again, all summer through Oct. 5, the Bellmore Long Island Railroad parking lot is taken over every Friday night for a friendly and impressive classic car showcase, with the Bellmore Friday Night Car Show. more
It would be natural to think that Rockaway News Supply Company, Inc. (Rockaway News) was named because of its location on Rockaway Avenue — but it wasn’t. The company, which sold and distributed newspapers, was founded in the Hammels neighborhood of Far Rockaway by John Somyak. In its heyday, Rockaway News delivered many papers, including the New York Times, the Daily News, the New York Post and Newsday. more
A U.S. Postal Service employee from Bellmore whose home was raided in April by federal agents finding more than 1,000 pieces of undelivered mail may strike a deal with federal prosecutors to have charges against him dropped, according to his attorney. more
Four Girl Scoits from Seaford complete socially and significantly sustainable projects to earn the highest Gold Awards at recent ceremony. more
Kayla Cappuzzo’s alarm clock rings at 8 a.m. in Hungary — 2 a.m. in America — and she doesn’t hit snooze like many other 22-year-olds. She pops out of bed. The breakfast is also a little different in Hungary, where she was recently signed to play professional soccer. She grabs two hard-boiled eggs and a piece of toast on the way out the door. more
Both the Wantagh and Seaford school districts are embracing science, technology, engineering and math — a group of academic disciplines known as STEM — or those subjects plus the arts (or STEAM), despite a recent national study showing declining interest in science- and tech-related careers among teenage boys. more
Sale, and while a generation’s worth of world, national and local events have unfolded since then, one constant has been the success of this Cedarhurst Business Improvement District event. more
As the Seaford and Wantagh school districts consider safety committee input and recommendations in response to the Parkland, Fla., school shootings, the nearby Massapequa Board of Education voted last month to hire armed security guards. more
Following a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, Bellmore and Merrick business owners are calling for state legislation that they say would level the playing field be-tween in-state and out-of-state online retailers. more
For the past 20 years, Seaford residents Sean and Kristen Urban have saved up for vacations in the Caribbean islands. Although they love these regular escapes from reality, Sean explained, they both … more
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