Police are looking for a woman who stole a pocketbook containing credit cards and money at the Merrick Mall in December.
Two John F. Kennedy High School students have been selected as Regeneron Science Scholars.
Tom McKevitt is starting the New Year representing District 13, which includes parts of Bellmore and Merrick, in the Nassau County Legislature, and he is optimistic about the body’s chances of making progress for a county beset by political scandals and high property taxes.
Before the age of iPads and Smartboards, Michael Dubin would stand in front of a classroom of students on the edge of a new millennium and spill the contents of his mind into theirs.
Local third and fourth-graders on Sunday flexed their creative muscles and got a first taste of the construction world on Jan. 7 at the Block Kids competition, sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction’s Education Foundation.
Anthony Vas, a former student at Kennedy High School in Bellmore, pleaded guilty on Friday to the June 7 stabbing of a 17-year old Merrick resident.
The trial of a Merrick doctor charged with illegally prescribing opioids for his own profit and causing two deaths by overdose will be put on-hold until April, a federal district court judge ruled last week.
A homeless man has pleaded guilty to a string of knifepoint robberies committed throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties between February and April 2017.
The Old Mill Road Elementary School in the North Merrick School District was selected to be one of the first schools to participate in the Google Expedition Pioneers Program and pilot augmented …
The North Merrick School District thanked the Board of Education – President Wendy Gargiulo, Vice President John Pinto, and Trustees Edward Corona, Steve Enella, Jennifer Hyland, Tracey Miller, and Todd Ransom – at the November 14th Board of Education meeting as part of School Board Recognition Week.
The latest bipartisan issue facing the country is sexual harassment. And it goes beyond politics.
There’s always that pivotal moment when it’s clear that the holidays have arrived.
The mad dash is on in Washington to enact a tax bill, and at the same time to pass a funding bill to keep the U.S. government open and functioning into the new year. How did we come to such a scrambled situation, in which these major issues are backed up against the clock ticking down toward 2018? As the saying goes, timing is everything.
“Grandma ate rat poison.” That was the text my sister sent to her son. Anguished, he thought of his sick grandmother, who was living alone in Lynbrook. He ran for his car and called my sister on the way.