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Spring Dining Opens Up

Spring’s in full bloom and diners will be excited once again to get out and into milder weather to discover – and indeed indulge – in the newest and latest creations from all the well-known local chefs. Not only are there

Merrick Gables Civic Association Names New Officers

Hempstead Town Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney (fourth from left) attended the Merrick Gables Civic Association Installation of Officers held recently at the Merrick Public Library. Pictured from left are officers Derrick Donnelly, Molly Licari, Rick Wilkins, Beth Grening, Stephanie Fein, Coreen

SPLASH Makes Waves in Bellmore Classrooms

Bellmore School District’s Shore Road School environmental club members visited students in Stacy Reiner’s third-grade class at Winthrop Avenue School in Bellmore to demonstrate ways to protect Long Island’s waterways, as instructed by Operation SPLASH. Shore Road Environmental Club students discussed

Local Artist Displays Work at Hempstead Town Hall

Bellmore artist Barbara Epstein is currently exhibiting her masterful artwork until the end of May at the Hempstead Town Hall. She is a member of the town’s Experienced Art Students Enrichment League (EASEL). To learn more about EASEL, call Hempstead Town’s
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Jeff Gold Announces Run for 19th Legislative District

Democrat Jeff Gold, an attorney at Bellmore’s Gold and Benes LLP law firm, announced his candidacy for Nassau County’s 19th Legislative District. The district covers much of the Bellmores and the Merricks, as well as large areas of Wantagh, Seaford and

North Bellmore Public Library Readies for Temporary Home

DOUGLAS FINLAY Calling libraries “the people’s universities,” North Bellmore Board of Trustees President Dr. Ethna Lay said the board hoped to open a new temporary library by June that would operate for the next 12-14 months while groundbreaking work is done