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Statement from Superintendent DeTommaso on Student Walk-outs

“I am proud and honored to be the Superintendent of Schools of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District every day, even more so on days like today. Some students in all six of our schools took part in the national student
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Calhoun Cluboard Assists Community Cupboard Food Pantry

As the Central High School District’s food pantry, the Community Cupboard, expands in both size and service volunteerism remains a key factor in its continued success. That’s where Calhoun High School’s newly formed group, the Cluboard comes in. Club adviser and

County Violates State Dumping Laws, Needs Aqueduct Pipe

DOUGLAS FINLAY With over 52 million gallons of high-volume nitrogen effluent still being discharged into Nassau County’s West Bay daily in continued violation of New York State law, the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is partnering with the county to expedite
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THE ARTS: Enhance Your Recipes By Cooking with Wine

Cooking with wine can be an adventure: It is creative, an art … and a science! Using wines to prepare dinner is, above all, about taste. What wine you decide to use will clearly enhance the flavors of the dish(es) you
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Bellmore Chamber Presents New Awards, Names New Officers

                 THE ROY WEINMAN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Anne and Henry Stampfel:  Bellmore Movies and Showplace Anne and Henry Stampfel have been the owners of the Bellmore Theater and Showplace on Pettit Avenue for over 30 years. It is a landmark theater

Can NYAmerican Water Rates Be Lowered?

Clean Air Water and Soil Ltd. of Merrick, an environmental group seeking to reduce NYAmerican Water rates in the Merrick district through at least two avenues, provided updates to over 30 residents at a recent meeting at the Merrick Clubhouse.  Residents