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Sharon Lavelle, a 50-year resident of Mitchell Street in Bellmore, said she was in her basement when 5 ½ feet of water gushed in from the pond. “I nearly got sucked down my sump pump,” Lavelle said. “I nearly drowned in my basement.” more
On the eve of Veterans Day, a bill was introduced in the County Legislature that would direct more county contracts to veterans and active-duty service members who own local businesses. more
On the eve of Veteran’s Day, Nassau County Community College officially opened the doors of the Veterans Resource Facility, its newest asset for members of the United States’ Armed Forces … more
Veterans, elected leaders, firefighters and Boy Scouts circled around a lectern at Veterans Memorial Park in North Merrick on Tuesday to salute America’s veterans. In a brief, but emotional ceremony, the crowd of about 50 marked Veterans Day on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. more
The Merrick Bellmore Dayan Lilah Group of Hadassah, a Jewish women’s organization, recently named Amy Weinstein, a Merrick music teacher who has served in several Dayan Lilah Group leadership positions over 19 years, its “Great Communicator.” more
Levy-Lakeside Elementary School in Merrick brought together veterans with their children or grandchildren on Nov. 10, the day before Veterans Day, for a ceremony that honored the men and women who serve the country ... more
A company’s plans to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, have stalled for months in a federal review process, but that is likely to change next month. A U.S. Coast Guard official estimated that the government will release a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Port Ambrose in December. more
Steve Eplan, a 49-year-old entrepreneur from Merrick, owns two businesses in the same building in downtown Bellmore. When asked whether they were similar in any way, he said with a laugh, … more
Herald Community Newspapers had a strong showing in the Local Media Association’s 2014 advertising and promotions contest. The Herald picked up four awards from among hundreds … more
The dark yellow streaks appeared suddenly under Merokean Sadie Freifeld’s eyes shortly after she turned 3. Her mother, Beth Freifeld, thought her daughter had rummaged through her makeup and smothered herself with eye shadow. She hadn’t. more
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