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With a natural altruistic tendency, third-grader Julianna Tand only had a goal of raising roughly $500 through her charitable project. What she ended up raising, however, far surpassed her … more
Facing a new reality, the John F. Kennedy High School Drama Club was left with one question: What’s a Drama Club to do in a pandemic? more
Bellmore resident Linda Goldstein picked up a new, charitable pandemic hobby last August: crafting personalized beaded mask chains. more
Rabbi Charles Klein, of the Merrick Jewish Centre, and Rabbi Shimon Kramer, of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life, share messages with the community on Passover. more
Ryan and Dylan Levinter can still be found with eyes focused and fingers fixed against their laptops long after their remote classes end. Their goal is simple but requires a few hurdles: find vaccine … more
The Merrick Estates Civic Association’s community center — featuring a private pool, play areas, beach volleyball court and soon, a renovated basketball court — is the go-to spot … more
Spring may stir up feelings of new beginnings and warmer weather for some, but many Bellmore-Merrick residents associate the season with one thing: Little League. more
Last Sunday, hundreds of hungry families went home with meals in hand after a quick pit stop at St. Francis Episcopal Church in North Bellmore. Five hundred of those meals fed families in need, for … more
CVS pharmacies are now expanding community access to the Covid-19 vaccine at the following sites within the Heralds’ coverage area: Baldwin Bellmore Cedarhurst East Rockaway Glen … more
One hundred doses of Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine arrived at Keezac Pharmacy in Bellmore last week, and 100 more are expected to arrive at the end of the month, according to owner and … more
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