Plans to build a playground in south Merrick, on the Hewlett Peninsula, were put on hold indefinitely by the Town of Hempstead last week. That led some Merrick residents and Town Board members to criticize Supervisor Anthony Santino, saying he misrepresented facts when deciding to halt the debate over the proposal.
Members of Temple Beth Am of Merrick and Bellmore enjoyed dinner in their sukkah tent under the stars on Friday night before the Shabbat evening service.
For on-stage storyteller Tracey Segarra, anticipation came in the form of waiting in a hospital room as her newborn daughter Lilly, now 17, underwent heart surgery.
A Merrick-resident and chiropractor was arrested on Oct. 16 and charged with sexual assault of a patient— for the second time in.
Incumbent Town of Hempstead Supervisor Anthony Santino, a Republican, faces a challenge this year by Democrat Laura Gillen, who is an attorney.
After receiving numerous calls from concerned residents, the New York State Police began taking steps this summer to crack down on motorcyclists speeding on the Meadowbrook and Southern State Parkways.
The Baldinger family, of Merrick, was recognized at Connoisseur Media Long Island’s 20th annual Radio for a Cure, a breast cancer awareness luncheon held at the Carlyle on the Green in Bethpage on Oct. 3. The luncheon recognizes fundraising efforts by community members and local organizations.
The Wellington C. Mepham High School varsity football team advanced to 5-0 this season with a resounding homecoming victory over New Hyde Park Memorial High School on Friday night.
For an independent author, the heavy lifting begins when a book is finished, according to Dina Santorelli, a local writer who self-published the second book in a series of thrillers, “Baby Bailino,” last September.
On the Nov. 7 General Election ballot, there will be a proposition for voters to decide whether New York State should hold a Constitutional Convention. The North and Central Merrick and South Merrick …
The Merrick School District continued its tradition of acknowledging employees for their countless contributions and milestones, while welcoming them back with encouragement for the year ahead during the annual Superintendent’s Conference held on Aug. 31.
The Mepham High School Key Club will be dedicating a plaque to commemorate the citizens who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.