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Two John F. Kennedy High School students have been selected as Regeneron Science Scholars. more
Days before holding her first town board meeting as Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Laura Gillen announced that she had appointed Republican Town Councilman Bruce Blakeman as deputy town supervisor. more
“People aren’t looking any less for comfort and religious experiences,” said Rabbi Daniel Bar-Nahum, of Temple Emanu-El of East Meadow. “But the way they approach it is … more
Part 6 of the “Educating the 21st Century Child” series. Students held the Google Cardboard virtual-reality glasses to their faces on a recent Thursday. “Let’s get ready to … more
Long before Rabbi Shimon Kramer established the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Merrick, he would walk up 5th Avenue in Brooklyn every Friday with the hope of improving the lives of the business owners and residents he met. more
Part five in the series “Educating the 21st Century Child.”Mepham High School broadcast teacher Stu Stein often holds class in the dark, and with virtually every surface in his … more
Jeff Newman, a congregant at Temple Beth Am of Merrick and Bellmore for 35 years, said that the first word that came to his mind when describing newly installed Rabbi Mickey Baum was “haimish.” more
Thomas DeFrancisci, 60, of Bellmore was recognized as honorary chief of the Bellmore-Merrick EMS at their annual dinner on Dec. 11. more
Michael George, a 2007 John F. Kennedy High School graduate, has gone from being highlighted in the pages of the Bellmore-Merrick Herald to the pages of Variety and Forbes, according to his mother, Lisa. more
Photography is a window into another person’s mind. Richard Laskowski, 70, of East Islip, said that he was taught this through the Josephine Herrick Foundation’s eight-week program called “Veterans in Focus.” more
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