Monthly Archive:: August 2014

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Kosher Market Comes Back to Merrick

“When will you be opening?”a woman driving on Merrick Road called out to proprietor Larry Goldstein in front of his newest kosher store after slowing down in rush hour traffic, speeding away again in response to honking horns only after he

Collision Kills Two In North Bellmore

Two East Meadow men were killed yesterday, August 25, on North Jerusalem Avenue in North Bellmore when their vehicle veered from its lane and crashed head-on into a dump truck. The collision took place at  1:53 p.m. According to Nassau police,
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August 2014 – full edition

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$1.45 Million in Road Improvements For the Bellmores, Merricks

The Town of Hempstead will sink $1.45 million into road improvements in the Bellmores and Merricks in the coming months. As part of Hempstead Town’s Capital Improvement Program, Supervisor Kate Murray, Councilwoman Angie Cullin and Councilman Gary Hudes announced that road
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Students Can Earn Community Credits to Graduate

With 10 hours of community service required for students to graduate high school, SPLASH (Stop Polluting Littering And Save our Harbors) has a community based program designed to achieve that student goal. Gary Smith, president of the Merrick-Bellmore-Wantagh chapter of SPLASH,
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Jos A. Banks to Move In

Jos. A. Bank of Baltimore, Maryland, will open a store on Merrick Road next to the Gap in the near future, Your NewsMag has learned. Two separate sources at the site said the construction is for remodeling the interior of the