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Undaunted by the Covid-19 pandemic, a young Merrick resident has won several major research competitions — including one normally reserved for college and graduate students. Sophia … more
Sabrina Garone, a North Bellmore native, is the host of WSHU Radio’s podcast “After All Things.” more
The Long Island International Film Expo is returning to its home, Bellmore Movies, this year. more
Hempstead town officials closed all its beaches Wednesday afternoon after “numerous” sharks were spotted along the shoreline. more
On July 22, volunteer firefighters from Long Island gathered at the Nassau County Firefighter’s Museum and Education Center to spread awareness of the fast-approaching deadline for the 9/11 … more
On Thursday, July 15, State Sen. John Brooks, a Democrat from Seaford who represents the 8th Senate District, hosted a virtual town hall webinar to discuss accomplishments from the 2021 session. more
Bellmorite Kassidy McGlynn was recently named the under-16 U.S. national champion in Irish dancing at a four-day competition in Phoenix that ended July 10. McGlynn competed against nearly 500 dancers … more
When Wellington C. Mepham High School graduate Valerie Manzo found the chance to start her own business during the pandemic, she jumped at the opportunity. Under Val’s Crafty Creations, Manzo, … more
Joe Cirillo, a South Bellmore resident for nearly 50 years, has had a remarkable life. Now, the 90-year-old — who said he’s seen and done it all — recounts his life in his recently published autobiography. more
Anne Donnelly, a career prosecutor who this week was named the Nassau Republican’s nominee for county district attorney, wasted no time on calling out what she sees as her opponent’s chief … more
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