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The Bellmore Movies once again hosted the Long Island International Film Expo, which presented a wide array of movies, from horror to comedy and mystery, by a variety of filmmakers, some local and some international. For the 18th year, the expo gave filmmakers an intimate opportunity to share their work with industry executives and movie-goers alike. more
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages has launched her outreach program, “Assembly in Your Area,” for the summer. Solages her staff will be in key locations to meet with residents and discuss issues … more
Bob Guarneri, center, of Franklin Square, was presented with the Town of Hempstead Veterans Service Award by, from left, Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, Supervisor Kate Murray, Councilwoman Erin King … more
The Board of Trustees of the Franklin Square Public Library, at a Special Trustee Meeting held on Wednesday, July 15, appointed MaryAnn Tweedy to the position of director of the library. This … more
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano honored Franklin Square residents Corry Brinken and Jake Ciampa in celebration of their earning the rank of Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout is the highest rank … more
The Elmont Union Free School District Board of Education held its annual re-organization meeting on July 1 at the district’s administrative offices. At the meeting, board members Michael … more
The re-organization/regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Franklin Square Elementary School District was called to order on July 13. At the re-organization meeting, Helen Hoffman, … more
New York City police are investigating the death of an Elmont man, Garth Jackson, 50, who was a passenger in a car that was struck by another vehicle, an SUV, on Sunday night at 119th Avenue and … more
The Elmont Union Free School District’s June 9 Board of Education meeting featured 12 teachers receiving tenure, a final farewell to those leaving the district and the presentation of checks to … more
Each night as a child, Connie Roberts stroked her white plastic rosary beads, recited her prayers and curled up in her comfortless bed at the Mount Carmel Industrial School for Girls, in Ireland’s Midlands region. She often heard screams echo through the cavernous institution. Now 52, Roberts can still hear them in her head. They were, she said, “the worst.” more
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