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Community Rallies to Support North Merokian

When 58-year-old North Merokian resident Henry Hey, who graduated Calhoun High School in 1977, entered the hospital
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Merrick School Board Intensifies Debate over Capital Bond

The Merrick School District Board of Education intensified debate at its September meeting over a capital bond
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Local School Districts to Implement Security against Active Shooters

Considered an instantaneous pro-active method designed to thwart active shooters from injuring students, teachers and administrators during
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Crown Steakhouse and Whiskey Bar Debuts in Bellmore

DOUGLAS FINLAY “Well, show me the way to the next whiskey bar” – Jim Morrison The new
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Bellmore Fair Coming September 17-18

The 30th Annual Bellmore Family Street Festival will come to Bellmore on the weekend of Saturday and
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B-T-S Message from John DeTommaso

As with most summers, the two months since we said goodbye to our graduating seniors have flown

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Community Rallies to Support North Merokian

When 58-year-old North Merokian resident Henry Hey, who graduated Calhoun High School in 1977, entered the hospital to correct a circulation problem in a toe in his left foot, he was told by his doctor it would be a three-hour procedure
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Gathering of the Chatterton Graduates

Continuing an annual tradition, Chatterton School’s recent graduates gathered before the beginning of their middle school years at the Merrick Cinemas for a private screening of their Class of 2016 movie. Chatterton School’s recent sixth-grade graduates reunited at the Merrick Cinemas
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Character Counts at Newbridge Road School

Character education and literacy development are coming together at Newbridge Road Elementary School in the North Bellmore School District. Students are learning to become better citizens while improving their reading, writing, listening, comprehension and conversational skills. Retooled for the 2016-17 school
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Kennedy Seniors named Rising Scientists

Kennedy High School seniors Maximilian Bazil and Claire Kelly spent their summer completing graduate-level scientific research and experiments and their efforts were recognized by the 2016 Child Mind Institute as Rising Scientists. Claire relocated to Illinois during the summer months to
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Merrick School Board Intensifies Debate over Capital Bond

The Merrick School District Board of Education intensified debate at its September meeting over a capital bond issue that would repair, restore and otherwise improve its three school buildings, resolving to meet with architects from BBS Architecture on Wednesday, September 21,