A healthy garden relies on many things, among them sunlight, proper irrigation, regular weed removal, and human upkeep.
What if Spider-Man had lived in medieval times? The answer can be found in a new book that was self-published by 2021 Calhoun High School graduate Sebastian Otalora.
Although she wasn’t always a writer, Shanna Silva, a now-published author with roots to Bellmore-Merrick, is gearing up to release her third children’s book later this summer.
Multiple plastic bottles containing explosive making materials were found outside of Levy Lakeside School in Merrick earlier today.
Deciding what to wear is hard enough. But try doing it while fighting breast cancer at the same time.
After two summers of having to adjust and maintain safety protocols amid the Covid-19 pandemic, officials of the four libraries in Bellmore and Merrick are excited to kick off a normal summer.
On a cloudy Sunday, the fields of Sanford H. Calhoun, John F. Kennedy, and Wellington C. Mepham High School were dotted with crowds of families and friends, and respectively the colors blue, green and maroon to celebrate the Bellmore-Merrick graduating classes of 2022.
At the Four Town’s Fireman’s Training Center in Merrick, drill season returned during the North Bellmore Invitational Tournament.
The Bellmore Merrick Roller Hockey League had a blast during its All-Star weekend on June 18 and 19. The weekend of fun began Friday with the junior and senior division skills competition.
Whether you knew it or not, there are many types of football games. According to Wikipedia, the roster includes Jorkyball, cycle-ball, football tennis . . .
I’m afraid if you didn’t cut your hair in March, potty train your 2-year-old, castrate your farm animals, quit smoking or get married, you probably missed the optimal moment for such events.
Things we don’t want in our backyards: incinerators, releasing toxic fumes in the air. Nightclubs, with late-night rooftop music. Prisons, with their high walls and guarded towers.
Amid new reports of almost half a million New Yorkers struggling to catch up with their electricity bills, Con Edison’s decision to request further increases of up to 20 percent from state regulators is a slap in the face.