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If you speak with Hurricane Sandy victims, many will say that a decisive moment came in the recovery effort: the moment when the rest of the world returned to normal while they were left fighting to rebuild. more
In the remarkable 2014 film “Whiplash,” J.K. Simmons plays Terence Fletcher, a maniacal music professor at an elite East Coast conservatory bent on producing the next truly great jazz musician . . . more
Reluctant at first, Carson Yarrobino, 4, of North Bellmore, peeled away from his mother’s hip to join his siblings on the karate mat at Best Fitness Kickboxing’s display at the Bellmore Family Street Festival. Sensei Dan Jonsen held up a wooden board for Carson to kick. He lifted his foot back, swung it forward and struck the board, breaking it into three pieces. more
“We’re very lucky to be part of a school district that recognizes that there is a problem,” said Eric Caballero, an administrator in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, and co-chair of the Bellmore-Merrick Community Coalition. more
In the Jewish faith, a new Torah can only be drafted and deemed kosher if every member of a community contributes, according to Rabbi Shimon Kramer of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Merrick. more
As a business leader and involved citizen in the Merrick area, Allstate exclusive agency owner Salvatore Ferrante, of Salvatore Ferrante Agency, has been designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2017. more
In remembrance of 9/11, all seventh-grade students at Merrick Avenue Middle School interacted in a humanities lesson delivered by English and social studies teachers. more
Adapting under new head coach James Raucci last season, Calhoun coalesced at an opportune moment, surging through the playoffs into the Nassau Class AA girls' soccer final – where, at last, forward Annie Coogan's solitary goal was not enough to counter eventual Long Island champion Massapequa, as Calhoun reached the end of the line in a 5-1 loss. more
Rabbi Ron Brown, of Merrick, had been reading articles for years about Jewish youth experiencing a sense of isolation and a disconnect from their faith while living on campus during their college years. more
The environmental activist group Long Island Clean Air Water and Soil and a number of North and South Shore residents have taken their fight against New York American Water’s rates, which LICAWS described as “unreasonable and unjust,” to the state Supreme Court. more
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