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The Merrick Kiwanis Club brought holiday cheer –– and loads of food and toys –– to 43 families in need last Saturday. more
Ice sculptor Mark Mckenzie had never before carved a menorah larger than 10 feet, but the one he made for Temple Israel of South Merrick went to 11. more
Folks from throughout Bellmore-Merrick celebrated stories of survival and service at Circle of Hope’s “Journey for a Purpose” benefit for individuals coping with breast cancer and other … more
A vehicle and a Town of Hempstead sanitation truck collided on Nov. 10 near Babylon Turnpike and Meadowbrook Road. No one was injured, but the crash ruptured the truck’s diesel fuel tank, and Nassau County’s Hazardous Materials Response Division was called to clean up the spill, according to Ron Luparello, spokesman for the Merrick Fire Department. more
Greg Smith, a commissioner of the North Merrick Fire Department, won re-election on Dec. 9 to his seat on the department’s governing board. more
Bob Barker always reminded viewers of “The Price is Right” to help control the animal population by having their pets spayed or neutered. The Town of Hempstead is expected to soon adopt that policy. more
Parents went back to school on Nov. 20, when North Merrick School District educators led an evening of discussion about the Common Core State Standards’ mathematics curricula titled “Parents University.” It was the first of three or four such seminars that the district plans to hold this school year. more
On Monday, the Nassau County Police Department released a security-camera image of the man who, they say, robbed a TD Bank at 2260 Merrick Road two weeks earlier in Merrick. more
Despite the chilly temperatures, dozens gathered on Sunday night in downtown Merrick to ring in the holidays with the lighting of the community’s large Christmas tree and menorah at Merrick Avenue and Veterans Memorial Plaza. more
Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg, the Merrick Democrat accused by his former employer of overbilling a large corporate client for millions of dollars, was expected to plead guilty to mail fraud charges in federal court in Central Islip on Dec. 11, according to a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York. He didn’t, however. more
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