Monthly Archive:: April 2014

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Merrick Fast Break Store robbed in early morning

Nassau police are investigating a robbery that took place in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 30,  at a Fast Break Convenience store in Merrick. According to First Squad detectives,  a white male, approximately 180 pounds, between 5’8” – 5’10”
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Robbery in North Bellmore Goes Wrong, Man Arrested

An Inwood man was arrested in North Bellmore on Tuesday after a robbery attempt at a gas station went wrong. According to Nassau Police, Gregory J. Scott, 59, of  Bayview Avenue, entered the office of  Xtra Fuel Gas Station at 2663
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Bellmore Little League Parades

Rainy skies turned to sunny skies enabling the Bellmore Little League to hold its annual spring parade on Saturday, April 26, from the Kennedy High School field to the Bruce Gary Memorial Field. Bellmore Little League dodged the rain to parade
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Bellmore Merrick Roller Hockey Alumni Raise Funds for League

Alumni of the Bellmore Merrick Roller Hockey League, in existence since 1980, played their annual alumni roller hockey game last Saturday, April 26, to raise funds for the league through the sale of T-shirts, raffles and memorabilia. “This is a great
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Senior ID Program at North Merrick Public Library

State Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) partnered with Hempstead Town Clerk Nasrin Ahmad and county Legislator Michael Venditto recently to host a Senior I.D. Program at the North Merrick Public Library. The event provided seniors with free I.D. cards that include a
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Bellmore Schools Celebrate Earth Day!

For the last 15 years, students at Bellmore’s Charles A. Reinhard Early Childhood Center have beautified their school grounds by planting flowers and trees as part of an annual Earth Day Celebration. Prior to planting the flowers and the blossoming plum