As the nation and world turn the corner on what was one of the deadliest global pandemics to date, one thing hasn’t changed: Many U.S. veterans continue to need support, whether with food, housing, mental health services, or other needs.
The streets of Merrick were abuzz for the annual Memorial Day parade on May 29, honoring fallen members of the United States Armed Forces, who made the ultimate sacrifice in war.
Berta Weinstein, former vice president of the South Merrick Community Civic Association, was sworn in by State Assemblyman David McDonough last month, succeeding the former president Joe Baker.
One man was arrested on May 25 in North Bellmore after police say he left the scene of a multi-vehicle car crash that caused several injuries.
Though Senior Rabbi Joshua Dorsch began his journey as the spiritual leader of the Merrick Jewish Centre last summer, he was officially installed last Saturday in a ceremony full of love, laughter, memories and hope at the synagogue.
Sydney Brewer, a junior at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, has been working hard to protect her fellow students. The 17-year-old has raised $3,000 to purchase 60 Stop the Bleed kits, which can help save lives in emergencies.
Three student artists at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore had their artwork chosen to be displayed at the Heckscher Museum’s Long Island’s Best exhibition, held annually in Huntington.
Hundreds of runners flocked to Merrick this weekend to take part in the 16th Annual Robbie’s Run on May 21. The event raises money and awareness for Forever 9-The Robbie Levine Foundation.
A s summer approaches, people are getting out their sunscreen and bathing suits in anticipation of the 2023 beach season. They might however be in for a surprise if they find themselves tanning right …
Since taking office, President Biden has been the subject of all manner of criticism. Most of it focuses on his age. He is described as weak, bumbling, demented and a host of other unkind adjectives. But somehow . . .
Born with the teaching gene and not likely to recover any time soon: That is my self-diagnosis.
The moment Russian President Vladimir Putin marched his forces across the border into neighboring Ukraine, the world was shocked.
Last month I made my first visit to Capitol Hill since Dec. 28, 2020, the day I had cast my final vote on the floor of Congress before my retirement from the House of Representatives.