Monthly Archive:: January 2014

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Jaime Ramirez

Robbers Caught!

Jaime Ramirez. Nassau police have arrested two men in connection with robberies that took place in Merrick and North Bellmore over the last several days. Adam Baron, 18, and Jaime Ramirez, 25, both of Melville, were apprehended after robberies occurred at

Calhoun On Tour was all “Pins and Needles”

Calhoun’s On Tour Company continued its season with a production of Harold Rome’s “Pins and Needles” on January 17-18 and 24-25.  Directed by Salvatore Salerno, “Pins and Needles” examines the 1930s through a pro-union outlook, documenting young workers as they make
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Bellmore man arrested for weapons possession

Nassau police arrested two men in Bellmore on Sunday, January 26, at 9:40 p.m. for weapons and drug possession. According to detectives, Seventh Precinct police officers observed Kevin Deturris, 40, of West Babylon operating a 2005 Dodge northbound on Bellmore Avenue
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Storytelling as art form at the Bellmore Library

The Bellmore Memorial Library is creating groundbreaking local historical content using audio recordings that are digitizing Bellmore’s past and its people to maintain them in posterity for perhaps centuries to come. StoryCorps, through with the American Library Association, has provided the
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Legislator Denenberg reads to Old Mill Road students

Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg (D-Merrick) enjoyed reading to Old Mill Road School students during Community Guest Reader Day on Friday, January 24.  He is shown here reading “Major Taylor: Champion Cyclist”  to  Mrs. Levitt’s fourth-grade class.  The legislator also handed

Assemblyman McDonough speaks on Common Core

Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) joined his colleagues in the Assembly Minority Conference to unveil their “At the Educational Crossroads” report and APPLE plan. Over the past six months, members of the Assembly Minority Conference hosted 11 forums across the state, including