The Long Island International Film Expo is returning to its home, Bellmore Movies, this year.
Sabrina Garone, a North Bellmore native, is the host of WSHU Radio’s podcast “After All Things.”
The boys of the Merrick-Bellmore Little League are enjoying a successful season. Still undefeated, they came from behind to defeat Rockville Centre in the Long Island Section 4 West Championship, …
Seventy-seven women last week filed lawsuits against Stuart Copperman, a former Merrick pediatrician who was stripped of his medical license because of sexual assault allegations in …
“Fighting in Afghanistan was like Whac-A-Mole,” said Army Staff Sgt. Chad Ryals, a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. “It’s rocky and mountainous there, and …
Longtime bicyclist Arne Johnson, 72, said that his cycling speed has slowed with his age. And as a member of Huntington Bicycle Club, Johnson said he struggled to keep up with the younger, faster …
Bellmorite Kassidy McGlynn was recently named the under-16 U.S. national champion in Irish dancing at a four-day competition in Phoenix that ended July 10. McGlynn competed against nearly 500 dancers …
“He was the single most influential teacher I’ve ever worked with,” said David Seinfeld, former principal at Sanford H. Calhoun High School. “There are few people like Joe Corea."
The Merrick Fire Department’s equipment just got a major upgrade on Saturday, July 10.
On Thursday, July 15, State Sen. John Brooks, a Democrat from Seaford who represents the 8th Senate District, hosted a virtual town hall webinar to discuss accomplishments from the 2021 session.
A Merrick man pled guilty to manslaughter for the strangling death of his wife in February 2020.
Summer should be a time of joy, spent hanging out at the beach and barbecuing in the backyard. Too often, however, summer turns tragic when it needn’t.
Until recently, I had never thought deeply how radical my parents were when I was a child. I’m not sure they realized it at the time.
I just booked a reservation to see the next full solar eclipse. Call me an optimist; I expect to be there.
June was National Homeownership Month. For many, homeownership is a part of the American dream that is proving to be increasingly difficult to attain. Long Island home prices . . .
Four milestones were reached in June on the road to racial equity. They recognize progress while underscoring the distance yet to be traveled.