Monthly Archive:: December 2018

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New Town Interactive Road Maps Help Residents Get Direct Help

The Town of Hempstead  has unveiled a new interactive town map, accessible on the town’s website, so residents can more easily determine which municipality is responsible for maintenance of roads. With the new map, residents are able to search for any
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Director Visits Mepham Broadcast Center

Students enrolled in Mepham’s broadcasting program were recently visited by writer and director Jim Mendrinos of New Media Comedy in the school’s broadcasting studio. Mendrinos, a veteran of 30 years in the television field, has spent time in the writers rooms

Dear Little Dollies on Bedford to Close December 23

Dear Little Dollies, the doll store at 418 Bedford Avenue since 1987, is closing. Its last day open to the public will be Sunday, December 23. Maryjane Camilleri and sister Karen Hoffman thank the Bellmore community for all their support over
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Kennedy HS Alumni Gifts School’s Advanced Science Research Center

Several members of the Kennedy High School Alumni Association visited the school’s Advanced Science Research room to observe the nearly $15,000 of equipment they purchased for the program. Select members of the school’s alumni association hear school Science Chairperson Robert Soel
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Top Hat French Quarter Kitchen’s Taste of Cajun on Bedford Avenue

DOUGLAS FINLAY Once the premiere kitchen in the Bellmores for Cajun and smothered foods, packing in Cajun cuisine junkies from around the South Shore to revel in inventive mouth-warming dishes, The Bayou’s closing has opened the door for the new Top
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Wantagh School Cast Wows Audience With ‘Children of Eden’

A student cast and crew drew a full house during performances of John Caird’s “Children of Eden,” held in the Wantagh High School auditorium this past weekend. The success of “Children of Eden” was also due to the choreography and use