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When Merokean Jean Petter recently drove to Charlie Chapman’s Bellmore home, she felt like she was picking up the president of the United States. She arrived at the house at 5 a.m., flanked by 10 motorcyclists, for the first leg of an exciting journey to the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. more
SUNY Geneseo junior Sara Rosenzweig finished seventh at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Championships to lead the Knights to first place out of 44 teams. Geneseo hosted the meet at Letchworth State Park. more
The city’s Department of Parks & Recreation held its annual City Council Turkey Trot last Sunday. More than 700 runners turned out for the event, which included two races — a one-mile race for … more
Elmont fire commissioner Joseph Balletta has been a resident of Elmont for nearly 40 years and a member of the Elmont Fire Department for 28 years. Those deep ties to the community are one of the … more
A new candidate has joined the fray for the Franklin Square fire commissioner election on December 8. Christopher Gioia, a 30-year member of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department has served … more
For most people, Thanksgiving is a time for families to reconnect and bond over heaping plates of turkey and sides. For over a quarter-million Long Islanders, however, Thanksgiving is just another … more
Members of Girl Scout Troop 1257 in Franklin Square joined other local troops to clean up sections of Hempstead Turnpike last Saturday. Christie McKenna, the troop’s leader, and Lisa Mazerese … more
The tradition of wrestling continues in Lynbrook as the Lynbrook Youth Athletic Association has announced the beginning of its 39th season. The first practice is Saturday, December 5 and will run through March 19. more
On Nov. 22, at Phelps Field in North Babylon, The Lynbrook Titans Football 7 and 8-year-olds Pee Wee Team competed for and won the Titan’s first Super Bowl championship since re-launching the program three seasons ago. more
Lynbrook resident and renowned pianist Jeffrey Biegel, far left, took a bow last Saturday night after playing a jazz piece with the South Shore Symphony. Also featured in the quartet were flutist Hubert Laws, second from left, bassist Mike Molloy, and drummer Evan Biegel. more
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