Several young athletes from Bellmore-Merrick returned from Israel last week with medals in hand, having competed and done exceptionally well at the 2022 Maccabiah Games.
There have been garden clubs in the United States since 1891, when the very first one was founded in Athens, Georgia. Their primary purpose is simple: Members learn about horticulture and how to sustain a healthy garden so they, in turn, can teach others to become gardeners themselves.
Parents in North Merrick are doing their part to help kids get ready for the new school year.
At some point in their life, every person has hit a slump, whether that be in their work life, social life, or everyday life. Sometimes it feels as if there is no way out of that slump.
On the heels of a remarkable undefeated season, a 10-and-under softball team in the North Bellmore North Merrick Little League made its way through Long Island competition to take at crack at the New York State Little League Championship Tournament.
Since Bourbon & Brews, a craft beer and bourbon bar, opened in Merrick in August 2019, it has been committed to serving the community.
The Town of Hempstead is helping residents beat the heat. With last week’s heat wave seeing temperatures well into the mid-to-high 90’s, and a real feel of the triple digits, residents needed to cool off. During times of extreme heat, seniors or individuals who may not have access to air conditioning have a hard time staying cool.
In front of the original Merrick Library, on Merrick Avenue, stands a World War 1 Memorial that, since it was dedicated in 1924, has seen many years of neglect.
The Garden at St. Francis had its first farm stand of the season on Sunday, providing fresh produce, honey and eggs to shoppers and congregation members who wandered in.
Given the all-but-declared new cold war between the U.S. and Russia, it may seem unsurprising that Vladimir Putin’s government would announce plans to pull out of its partnership with the International Space Station . . .
Things began to go sideways when the rain began, and we broke out the Monopoly set.
With school board elections and the June primary for the Assembly, it seems we’re making more trips to our polling precinct than we might make to the gym.
A tall obelisk rises from the heart of Rockville Cemetery, the Lynbrook burial ground that dates back to the earliest days of our nation. It remembers the 139 souls lost . . .