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Teachers and community members wasted little time in calling for public education reforms in the new school year when dozens of protesters gathered on Merrick Road for a Sept. 17 rally. … more
At 12:30 p.m. last Sunday, Valerie Sanzone, a trainer and instructor at Synergy Fitness in Merrick, leapt out of the crowd that had gathered in front of the Town of Hempstead’s Showmobile, parked near Merrick and Loines avenues. Dressed in black tights and a white tank top with a pink ribbon and the words “Join the Fight” across the front, she danced rhythmically. more
There is good news from the National Weather Service, Hurricane Joaquin will track well off the east coast of the U.S. more
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano joins Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) President and Chief Executive Officer Victor F. Politi in announcing the hospital is in full preparation for a possible hurricane heading toward the East Coast. more
Lee Ann Graziose, principal of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School in Bellmore, experienced a moment of peace and joy after Pope Francis’s Mass at Madison Square Garden last Friday, she says. more
The Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the office that collects taxes for 99 special districts and 33 school districts, and disburses the … more
After the recent death of beloved Calhoun High School history teacher Douglas Smestad, a team of students and teachers responsible for planning the school's first-ever Relay for Life last spring have promised to preserve his memory by helping to make the American Cancer Society fundraiser a Bellmore-Merrick Central District tradition. more
People across the world lined observatories, open fields, parks and even their own backyards last Sunday to see a rare astronomical event — a so-called supermoon and a lunar eclipse, coinciding together, for the first time in 33 years. more
PSEG Long Island is closely monitoring the rain expected Thursday into Friday and the potential weather associated with Hurricane Joaquin. Torrential rain and high winds associated with Joaquin are possible over the weekend and into next week. The wind gusts and heavy rain associated with storms can be dangerous and cause power outages. more
Before Pope Francis ventured to New York last week, he started his visit in the nation’s capital. While in Washington, he spoke to members of Congress, touching on a variety of issues, including immigration and the refugee crisis, poverty and homelessness, and governing. more
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