Monthly Archive:: May 2015

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Paying Tribute – To a Teacher Greatly Loved

On April 6 a light was extinguished with the passing of Bellmore resident Marjorie Hohl, at age 80. A relatively unknown giant in the teaching profession, Miss Hohl spent over 30 years teaching fifth grade at the Saw Mill Road School
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Bellmore Man Arrested for Grand Larceny

Nassau County police have arrested a Bellmore man in connection with a grand larceny that occurred in Merrick. According to Crimes Against Property Squad detectives, defendant Zafar Furhad, 44, of Pettit Place, Bellmore, between April 1 and April 9, deposited three

Reinhard’s Run For Fun

To promote physical fitness and staying active, approximately 100 students from the Charles A. Reinhard Early Childhood Center in Bellmore, along with their friends and families, took part in the fourth annual family fun walk/run on the school’s back field last

Bellmore Senior Club Presidents Honored

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray (third right), Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby (left) and Town Clerk Nasrin Ahmad (right) honored Margaret Ferris (second left), of Bellmore, president of the Bellmore Friendly Seniors of St. Barnabas Club; Joan Mauchan (third left), of North Bellmore,

Bellmore-Merrick EMS CAN Save Your Life; Fundraises Annually

Created in 1971 by a group of neighborhood firefighters who wanted to extend the premise of emergency services beyond their day jobs of fighting fires and responding to emergencies, the Bellmore-Merrick Emergency Medical Service ambulance and rescue company has blossomed over