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New Bellmore Historical Association Announced

(photo: North Bellmore Library) The Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores, the North Bellmore Public Library and the Bellmore Memorial Library have agreed to form a new Bellmore Historical Association with the purpose of maintaining the thousands of historical documents and
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County Warm Bed Program Active in Face of Approaching Storm

With Winter Storm Juno impacting Nassau, County Executive Edward P. Mangano reminded residents that WARMBED, Nassau County’s Emergency Shelter Relief Program for homeless individuals and families during the winter months, is active. The Nassau County Winter Homeless Hotline, WARMBED, operates 7 days
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Bellmore Historical Society Calls It Quits

Longtime Bellmore attorney Dave Weiss didn’t know it was coming, and said he was not happy when he first heard about it. “I’ve lived in Bellmore my whole life, and I have always been interested in Bellmore’s history,” he told this
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He Spelled C-R-Y-O-N-I-C-S

Eighth-grade Grand Avenue Middle School student David Collins won the school’s Spelling Bee earlier this month when he outspelled 37 other seventh- and eighth-graders to earn a chance to go to the regional Spelling Bee competition to be held at Hofstra
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January 2015 – Your News Mag full issue

Get the January Issue of Your News Mag here.
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Calhoun Students Commit to College Sports Programs

Student athletes at Calhoun High School recently announced their commitment to play collegiate level sports when they enter college in the fall. In a ceremony held in Calhoun’s auditorium, parents and supporters heard from each of the eight student athletes as