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The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District Board of Education voted unanimously last week to move forward with the sale of the 15.77-acre Jerusalem Avenue School building to the Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services. more
Nassau County Police responded to an auto accident involving a NICE Bus that crashed into a car at the intersection of Jerusalem Ave and Newbridge Road at 1:25 p.m. more
Democratic candidate for Nassau County Executive, Legislator Laura Curran, on Friday asked that her Republican opponent, Jack Martins, co-sign a letter to the current county executive, Ed Mangano, urging him not to block ride-sharing services like Uber. more
Long Island’s newest mikvah was dedicated at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 11. Now, all that stands between it and its furtherance of Jewish ritual purity is a small amount of additional rainwater. more
Jim Hookey, 56, of Bellmore, bought the Bellmore Bean from its former owner Katina “Tina” Andreotis Dupuis last July, on the same day that she was diagnosed with diverticulitis, an inflammation of the digestive system, Hookey said. more
Alixandra Wilens said it was her love of learning and desire to always do her best that led to her being named 2017 valedictorian at John. F. Kennedy High School. more
Peter Kuzniewski, of North Bellmore, faced a daunting challenge relatively early in his military career. Because of extenuating circumstances, while in flight school and still attending college, he was forced to earn his pilot’s license with only seven weeks of training. more
Juggling equal passions for science and the arts, Mepham High School’s 2017 valedictorian, Rachel Jozwik, said she made careful use of her years in school, but was still surprised by the honor. more
In 2014, when the bike path that runs along the Wantagh Parkway was extended to Tobay Beach, many hailed its arrival as a safe, scenic trail for anyone who wanted to walk, run, cycle or skateboard. more
Long Island Rail Road riders traveling to Hunterspoint Ave. or Atlantic Terminal will be entitled to a fare reduction averaging 25 percent during Amtrak’s repair work, the Metropolitan Transit Authority announced Tuesday. The fare reduction will take effect July 10, and will end when Amtrak’s repair work at Penn Station has been completed. more
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