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Is there really such a thing as deja vu? What if you had to relive one day over and over again forever? That’s the plight of Phil Connors, a sarcastic urban … more
Island Harvest Food Bank is teaming up with the National Association of Letter Carriers and the United States Postal Service for the 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger campaign on Saturday, May 13. In … more
Georgia A. Fasano, of Merrick, will display her work in the Chezar Art Studio's Fifth Annual Art Show. It will take place May 1 to June 30 at the Farmingdale Public Library. In addition, everyone is invited to meet Georgia and the other artists at the reception on May 13 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the gallery. Refreshments will be served. more
We’re in the middle of a series near and dear to my heart: curriculum reform. As I’ve stated several times, I’m frustrated with the haggling over the Common Core — and am offering my own version, subject by subject. So far we‘ve covered English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Math. In this column, we’ll complete the core subjects by focusing on Science and World Language. more
The 12th annual Robbie’s Run, a Merrick-based 5K race to benefit Forever 9: The Robbie Levine Foundation, will be held on April 30 at the Levy-Lakeside Elementary School in Merrick. more
Merrick native Francine Goldstein has been an active participant of AIDS Walk New York for the past 28 years, raising thousands of dollars to fight the virus that took a dear friend. Goldstein will participate at this year’s walk on May 21 and hopes to break $41,000, which she raised last year. more
After fifth-grade students at Birch School in Merrick finished completing a series of puzzles to unlock several “Breakout Boxes,” Assistant Principal Chris Hoisik led them in a dialogue on modern technology and instant gratification. more
Hundreds of athletes from Nassau and Suffolk counties, and as far as Brooklyn, converged last Saturday on Kennedy High School for this year’s Cougar Invitational. more
The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District recently received a bigger-than-expected state aid increase, so officials say they will give back the extra funds to local property owners by reducing taxes in 2017-18, though it was unclear by how much. more
“Looking at the long term, one of our biggest concerns is longevity,” said Brendan Narrell, second assistant chief of the North Bellmore Fire Department. more
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