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The Surfrider Foundation-Central Long Island Chapter conducted a beach and canal cleanup in conjunction with the Race2Rebuild events on April 18. The work was part of the group’s annual Earth Day … more
Gorgeous weather shined down on Long Beach last weekend as numerous community organizations and volunteers came together to rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy, clean debris from the beaches … more
Rob Weltner, of Freeport, and the executive director of the not-for-profit Operation SPLASH, said the recent controversy about VIP SPLASH Waterways Recovery Group, a for-profit company formed after … more
The Laurel Diner, one of Long Beach’s oldest businesses, celebrated its grand reopening on April 17 after four months of extensive renovations. Both the interior and exterior of the building, … more
When Julia O’Rourke was just five years old, her school hosted a show and tell session where several young girls demonstrated Irish step dancing to the class. “I fell in love with it and immediately signed up for the nearest school available,” said Julia. more
Kathy Miller, a Merrick resident and manager of North Merrick’s Carefree Racquet Club, is the U.S. Tennis Association Eastern Section’s 2015 “Tennis Woman of the Year.” more
Attendees of the Merrick Lions Club’s April 17 fundraiser were met with a smorgasbord of delicacies, ranging from seafood to Spanish tapas, fine chocolates and more — all of it from Merrick. more
The 10th Annual Robbie’s Run — the Merrick 5K fundraiser for Forever 9: The Robbie Levine Foundation, which funds automated external defibrillators and cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment and training — will take place Sunday, April 26, at Levy-Lakeside Elementary School. more
The Merrick Chamber of Commerce’s Kids Fest, a carnival with rides and games, food and family-friendly entertainment, will take place this weekend at the Merrick Long Island Rail Road station. more
Last week more than a thousand third- to eighth-grade students in the Merricks did not take state English Language Arts tests. more
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