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 …
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 …
Joe Cirillo, a South Bellmore resident for nearly 50 years, has had a remarkable life. Now, the 90-year-old — who said he’s seen and done it all — recounts his life in his recently published autobiography.
“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.
When Wellington C. Mepham High School graduate Valerie Manzo found the chance to start her own business during the pandemic, she jumped at the opportunity. Under Val’s Crafty Creations, Manzo, …
On July 12, dozens of Merrick residents gathered at the Norman J. Levy Lakeside Elementary School for the Merrick School Board’s July meeting.
Tyler Bissoondial, a rising junior at John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, is a finalist in an international science competition that challenges students to find practical solutions to some of …
On July 10, Long Island residents gathered at the Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick for a “healing hike,” a monthly hike that is organized by the Long Island Progressive …
On July 12, three trees fell down around 3:30 p.m. on Albemarle Avenue in North Bellmore, causing significant damage to homes and utility polls. The Bellmore Fire Department, Nassau County Police, and PSEG responded.
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.