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Snow that began early on Thursday morning has continued, and it is beginning to cause problems for commuters. As of 9 a.m., four of the Long Island Rail Road Branches are experiencing delays. … more
Martin Valk, a past president of the Merrick Kiwanis Club, noticed that the Merrick and North Merrick libraries did not have automated external defibrillators. Thanks to his and other Kiwanians’ actions, that soon will change. more
Cira “Sadie” Salerno, a devoted family woman whose remarkable longevity made her the beloved matriarch of a large clan of children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and other relatives ... more
Each year, the Society for Science & the Public awards Research Report and Initiative badges to recognize excellence in students’ submissions to the Intel Science Talent Search, considered among the country’s most competitive and prestigious science contests. Two student researchers at Calhoun High School in Merrick, David Braunstein and Simon Goldstein, received badges. more
Each year, students from the East Rockaway School District compete in the Andrew Stern Memorial Essay Contest, in memory of Stern, an East Rockaway resident and alumnus who lost his life in the … more
Hundreds of people gathered last Saturday afternoon at the Franklin Square and Munson fire headquarters for a fundraiser for Danny Pignataro, a Nassau County AMT and East Rockaway ex-fire chief, who … more
After being stricken with a disease that left his body completely paralyzed, and after spending the past two and a half years in three hospitals, East … more
Though it may seem hard to believe given recent temperatures, spring is right around the corner, and with the change in season comes a plethora of activity among local East Meadow institutions and organizations. But even before the season officially begins on March 20, residents looking to enjoy fun-filled, family-oriented activities have plenty to choose from this weekend. more
Eric Helming, an East Meadow High School teacher whose ability to make people laugh and learn — often both at the same time — made him a beloved figure among students and colleagues alike, died on Feb. 14, of heart failure. He was 46. more
Ten students from Elmont Memorial High School Model United Nations program traveled to the Georgetown Model United Nations Conference in Washington, D.C., held from Feb. 11 to 15. The conference, … more
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