Two seniors at John F. Kennedy High School, in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, have been named semifinalists in the 2023 Society for Science & Public Science Talent Search competition, sponsored by the pharmaceutical company Regeneron.
Meet teens Ryan Levinter and Charlie Matos, who together started Tees to Toys, an organization that transforms old T-shirts into rope toys, to be donated to local shelters.
In an effort to combat the rising number of overdoses and deaths related to opioids, the Bellmore-Merrick Community Parent Center hosted a well-attended Narcan training in partnership with the Tempo Group on Jan. 18.
Throughout his career as a police officer, Wayne Resnick has been recognized for his bravery and for his big heart. With many years of service behind him, Resnick is now facing his toughest battle yet — one against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Steve Rhoads, former Nassau County legislator for the 19th district, is the newly incumbent state senator for the 5th district. A familiar face among Bellmore and Merrick constituents, Rhoads is ready to get to work in Albany.
The Jewish War Veterans is a national organization trying to dispel the myth that Jews never served in American military conflicts — and could also possibly help stem the rising tide of antisemitism.
To the Calhoun Alumni Association, everyone is worthy of a spot in the Hall of Fame. Recently, they announced their 2023 inductees, and set a ceremony for this April.
The Chabad of Merrick-Bellmore-Wantagh ended 2022 with a bang, raising more than $450,000 in just two days in an online campaign to benefit many of the programs it operates.
Calhoun’s Medical Club, a student-run group, takes part in several initiatives throughout the school year, and connects its members with medical professionals who may be vital in helping students kick off their careers.
The North Bellmore School District has long partnered with the Tunnel to Towers Foundation to collect toys for natural disaster relief. This year, Saw Mill Road Elementary School's SADD Club ran the drive, and representatives from the charity came to meet with students, and collect the toys to be driven to southwest Florida.
Once upon a time, there was a group known as the Long Island Nine. They were the nine Republican state senators . . .
Can we settle in and be real? No, not everyone is having a better time than you. No, you aren’t the only one who wishes you’d passed on the second slice of coconut custard pie.
There are very few people left who can answer the question, “Where were you when Pearl Harbor was bombed?”
Hearings are getting under way on a proposal to socialize energy on Long Island. It would make the Long Island Power Authority the region’s sole entity responsible for keeping our lights on.