Monthly Archive:: May 2014

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Nassau County Declares May 28 Thomas Reynolds Day

Chief Deputy County Executive Rob Walker and Legislator Dave Denenberg declared Wednesday, May 28, as Thomas Reynolds Day in honor of the brave 13-year-old Bellmore resident who fought a valiant battle against brain cancer. The declaration took place at Hurricane’s Grill
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Strawberry Festival Coming to Bellmore

The Bellmore Kiwanis Club and the Bellmore Lions Club will hold their annual Strawberry Festival at the Jerusalem Avenue BOCES schoolground, at the corner of Jerusalem Avenue and Newbridge Road in North Bellmore, from Thursday, May 29, through Sunday, June 1.
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Legislator Denenberg Calls for Continued LIRR Advocacy for East Side Access

Sensing urgency in staking a claim for Long Island Rail Road commuters after losing long-time LIRR commuter advocates Helena Williams and former state Senator Charles Fuschillo, Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg held a press conference this morning, May 23, at the
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Something to Wine About: A Rose in May – By Any Other Name

While chardonnay is considered a wonderful transitional wine in all its forms – see Your NewsMag’s April story on that fabulous grape at http://yournewsmag.com/2014/04/12/something-to-wine-about-one-grape-many-styles/ – the month of May, with warm weather on the way, beckons for rose! Rose, with its
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One-man Comedy-plays Find Home at Bellmore Theater

Looking to serve a growing public fascination with hearing compelling tales of truth, justice and growing up the American way as only a comedian can tell them, Gary Smith of the NYEntertainmentclub.com has scheduled several well-known national comedians who will perform
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Car Dealer Questioned About Car Lot Full of SUVs

Beautify – or face opposition. That was the stark choice given Sun Auto Group of Wantagh owner Patrick Cassino after he was peppered with questions by members of South Bellmore Civic Association meeting at the Bellmore Memorial Library on May 20