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Sarah Campbell credits her high school sociology teacher, Lila Timpson, with instilling in her the importance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Every year on the third Monday of January, she said, … more
A Brooklyn man was arrested for allegedly driving without a license plate and marijuana possession on Jan. 14 at 10:45 p.m. in Elmont. According to Nassau County police, detectives saw a 2012 BMW … more
When Elmont students were producing a video advocating more police presence at community events last November, several residents were already working with Nassau County police officials to increase … more
After Mary Kate Tischler, of Seaford, saw an article in a magazine about ways to help community members during the coronavirus pandemic, she decided to buy canned goods, other non-perishable food … more
A longtime bus driver ad transportation director for the Franklin Square school district died from complications of the coronavirus on Jan. 9, Superintendent Jared Bloom told community members that … more
Science research teacher Michelle Flannery tried to dissuade Christopher Alexander from studying potential cancer treatments since he was a freshman at Elmont Memorial High School, but Alexander kept … more
Nassau County police have arrested a Far Rockaway man for allegedly slashing a man with a sharp object in Franklin Square on Dec. 8 at 5:10 p.m. According to detectives, a 48-year-old man saw a … more
‘Twas two days after Christmas when all through Elmont Road Park, families lined up in coats, hats and scarves hoping for their chance to get Black dolls from the Zeta Phi Beta and Elmont … more
McGregory Frederique’s dream of playing professional football was derailed in 2017, when a truck slammed into his car, and he suffered injuries to his legs, face and head. He could not play the … more
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents can no longer arrest undocumented immigrants attending or leaving state and city courts without a warrant, under the newly passed Protect Our Courts Act, … more
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