Over the last several weeks, local elected officials have flatly refused to accept Gov. Kathy Hochul’s New York Housing Compact, calling it a “dangerous proposal” for Nassau County.
Bourbon & Brews, a craft beer and bourbon bar, always embraces the spirit of giving.
At the Bellmore Memorial Library, art lovers can dive into a soft and comforting show, and view the work of accomplished quilter Jessica Alexandrakis through the end of April.
Earlier this month, the North Merrick Public Library hosted a Pokémon Day for kids of all ages to trade character cards, play some games, and watch movies.
Career coach Jamie Terran is on a mission to help moms find a balance between their life at home with kids and their careers.
Five sophomores at John F. Kennedy High School participated and placed first in Northwell Health's Medical Marvels competition.
For three years, the coronavirus pandemic has prevented the North Merrick School District theater program from putting on a full production. But on March 17 and 18, Bellmore-Merrick residents will have the opportunity to take a stroll down the yellow brick road — and escape to another world — by viewing the district’s production of “The Wizard of Oz.”
Keeping with tradition of creating incredibly fun and exciting holiday programs for the entire Jewish community, the Chabad of Merrick-Bellmore-Wantagh hosted its 17th annual Purim celebration at the Merrick Golf Course.
Sen. Steve Rhoads has gotten to work aiming to fulfill his campaign promise for a more affordable New York, with an initiative named just that. “A More Affordable New York” is part of the Senate Republican Conference’s “Rescue New York” agenda.
Today’s classrooms utilize technology just as frequently as in work, personal finances, and various other areas of life. What is found in a backpack today is completely unlike what was found only 20 years ago.
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.