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Town of Hempstead Induction of Officials

The Town of Hempstead inaugural ceremony inducting elected officials into office took place at Town Hall, One Washington Street, Hempstead on January 7, 2020. Donald X. Clavin, Jr. was sworn into office as Town Supervisor by his sister, Honorable Virginia Clavin-Higgins, Valley Stream Village
Assemblyman Dave Mc Donough - District 14

McDonough Warns Of “A Not So Happy New Year” As Suspected Criminals Are Released

Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) is warning constituents that it will be a not so happy new year with the dangerous criminal justice reforms that became law on January 1, 2020. The so-called ‘bail reform’ measures, passed by a contingent of ultra-liberal lawmakers during last year’s budget process, will allow

Elected Officials Join Multi-Faith Religious Leaders To Condemn Anti-Semitism and Bias Attacks

Don Clavin, who officially became Hempstead Town Supervisor on New Year’s Day, united with Senior Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby, Councilman Bruce Blakeman, Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, Assemblywoman Missy Miller and a diverse group of religious leaders at the Yeshiva of South Shore in
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25 SQUARE BLOCKS OF BELLMORE FESTIVAL FUN!

It was a beautiful weekend for the the Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores 33rd Annual Street Festival. Carnival rides, crafts, vendors, live music, plus new and exciting exhibits. Learn about wildlife and watch Flippenout’s Extreme Trampoline Show that captivated fair
911 photo

911 Remembrance

We can never forget the community members whose lives were lost in the 9-11 terrorist attack. Ceremonies continue to be held to recognize those whose lives were cut short on this day of infamy, including many of whom rushed into harm’s way to save countless others, only
Newbridge Road Elementary School Principal Denise Fisher, students and PTA leaders Diane Vision and Theresa Campbell at new ten spin on the playground.

Newbridge Road Elementary School Playground Gets An Upgrade

  Recess just got a little bit better at Newbridge Road Elementary School in the North Bellmore School District with the recent installation of two new pieces of playground equipment. A multi-year fundraising effort by the PTA generated approximately $20,000 which covered the cost of materials, installation and wood chip