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On a recent sunny Sunday, Dagger II painted colorful brush strokes on a canvas in front of Merrick’s family-operated Mutts & Butts. Underneath the shade cast by a tarp, Dagger — who sported his signature red beret — picked up his makeshift brush with his mouth, wagged his tail and waited for his owner to say the word. more
The Bellmore Fire Department held its Sept. 11 memorial service on Sunday, marking the 15th year since the deadly terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. more
Nassau County police received multiple reports of a loud, explosive sound on the South Shore, in the Rockville Centre area, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, according to officials. At press time, it was … more
Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District’s John F. Kennedy High School seniors Maximilian Bazil and Claire Kelly spent their summer completing graduate-level scientific research and experiments, and their efforts were recognized by the 2016 Child Mind Institute as Rising Scientists. more
The North and Central Merrick Civic Association and LI Clean Air Water & Soil will host a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the North Merrick Public Library at 7 p.m. to discuss a possible water-rate hike. more
On Grand Avenue, a block east of the main strip at the Bellmore Family Street Festival, the sounds of the 1960s were blasting Sunday afternoon. Under a blue canopy in the center of the street, the Backyard Birds were playing Van Morrison’s “Brown Eyed Girl,” as passersby danced across the hot pavement. more
Metropolitan Transportation Authority police have identified a man who was struck and killed by an eastbound Long Island Rail Road train on Friday at about 12:45 a.m., according to MTA spokesman Salvatore Arena. more
Starting Tuesday, Sept. 22, Hofstra will have an impressive lineup of interesting programs. Check them out here. more
On Monday, Sept. 26, Hofstra University will be hosting the first of three Presidential Debates. Traffic in the area of Hofstra University will be severely impacted. Roadways bordering on … more
A 68-year-old North Merrick man turned his two-story, redbrick home into an aviary, allowing an estimated 300 to 400 pigeons to fly freely throughout the house, according to officials. more
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