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If the tragic death of Robin Williams shows us anything, it’s that depression can affect anyone — even those who seem the most successful, the most well off, the happiest. more
After his mother’s death, Peter Gusmano picked up his guitar and started writing new music. Following a conversation with his father, Gusmano decided the music could serve a larger purpose — helping fund research into a cure for ALS. more
Noah Rubin, who splits his time between Merrick and Rockville Centre, and Stefan Kozlov earned wild cards into the main draw of the U.S. Open doubles with a 6-2, 6-2 boys 18s win over top seeds … more
Kevin O’Hara has been saving lives for four decades. A volunteer paramedic and firefighter with the North Merrick Fire Department, O’Hara is also a purveyor of life-saving knowledge to others — he has trained thousands of EMTs throughout his career, and thousands more Nassau County residents have learned cardiopulmonary resuscitation and ... more
The North Merrick Fire Department topped 72 other local agencies this year to be selected as the Nassau County Regional Medical Advisory Council’s “EMS Agency of the Year.” more
Noah Rubin, an 18-year-old Merrick tennis star, won a Wimbledon championship last month, but that alone was not enough to propel him into this month’s U.S. Open. A tennis court victory on Sunday in Kalamazoo, Mich., however, netted Rubin the U.S. Tennis Association’s Boys 18s National Championship and secured him a berth in the Open. more
There is debate among academics about the alternative title of William Shakespeare’s famed play “Twelfth Night” — “What You Will.” Chris Mackin, a 21-year-old Merokean, described the … more
The first day of kindergarten may be around the corner for some Bellmore-Merrick preschoolers, but dozens have had an eventful summer at Camp Gan Israel, organized by Chabad of … more
For the second time in a week’s span, Republican congressional candidate Bruce Blakeman on Aug. 6 appeared outside a state courthouse in Mineola to call for Kathleen Rice, the Nassau County district attorney and his Democratic opponent in this fall’s election, to address allegations that political interference undermined the Moreland Commission ... more
Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
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