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An engineer has completed a draft study on the feasibility of a public takeover of Long Island American Water, the water utility company that services the area, but the public has yet to see the document. more
The family of the late Philip Williams, a former commander of Merrick’s American Legion Post No. 1282, this year awarded the $1,000 Philip L. Williams Memorial Scholarship to Nikki Reyes, a recent Kennedy High School graduate who will continue her studies ... more
Calhoun High School held its 55th annual graduation ceremony last Sunday at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury. Three hundred and fifty graduating seniors received their diplomas from Calhoun High School Principal David Seinfeld, Central District Superintendent John DeTommaso and Board of Education trustees. more
About 40 Calhoun High School students gathered at senior Matt Vogel’s house in Merrick last Thursday, donning formal wear. After snapping dozens of photos in Vogel’s yard, the group … more
Students at the Meadowbrook Alternative Program in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District marked their commencement in front of parents, family members and friends on June 23. Marching … more
Matt Waldmann, Mepham High School’s class of 2014 salutatorian, began his commencement address with a story about a Vietnam War veteran, describing to a packed audience at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury ... more
Some 310 Kennedy High School seniors marched to “Pomp and Circumstance” at the school’s 47th annual commencement at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury last Sunday. In attendance were Kennedy Principal Lorraine Poppe, Central District Superintendent John DeTommaso and Board of Education trustees. more
Kennedy High School students and teachers received recognitions on June 11 at the school’s annual “Cougar Pride” awards ceremony, which celebrated 12 exemplary students and the teachers who impacted their education the most. more
Wendy Leavin, who teaches fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders in the North Merrick School District’s gifted program, WINGS, says she likes her lessons to be pertinent to the real world ... more
Merrick residents articulated many reasons why they do not want to see a 7-Eleven open at 150 Merrick Road, opposite Levy-Lakeside Elementary School, during a June 10 Hempstead Town Council meeting. Town officials, however, said there was nothing they could do legally to stop the business from moving in. more
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