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William Michael Zagarino Dies at Age 84

William Michael Zagarino, a member of the Zagarino family of Realtors that has served the Bellmores and Merricks for over 75 years from its office on Broadway, died on May 24 in Woodside, Queens, of amyloidosis, a rare disorder in which

LIIFE Opens Tonight, Celebrates 20 Years

DOUGLAS FINLAY One of the coolest 25 film festivals in the country and the largest film festival of its kind in Nassau, the Long Island International Film Exposition adds another distinction this year as it celebrates its 20th year as the

Long Island Crisis Center Training for Counselors

The Bellmore-based Long Crisis Center asks the community to get involved and become a lifesaving partner to those youth at risk for suicide.  No counseling experience is necessary and the hours are flexible to accommodate the individual needs of volunteers. Completion

JFK’s 50th Anniversary Celebration – and Renunion – Continues

Kennedy High School’s 50th year celebrations continue as the JFK High School Alumni Association will hold a 50th Anniversary Celebration and Multi-Year Reunion on Saturday, September 9, from 4-11 p.m. at Tropix on the Mile, 395 Woodcleft Avenue in Freeport. A
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Rabbi Brown to Retire from Temple Beth Am

by Rabbi Ronald Brown As a child, I grew up at 33 Wright Avenue in Malverne. We lived only a half-block away from Our Lady of Lourdes church. Sunday mornings, as the bells chimed, I would look out of my window to

Jerusalem Avenue School to be Sold For $12 mil. – Residents to Vote on December 5

In a letter written by Central High School District Superintendent John DeTommaso, he explains the district’s plan to sell Jerusalem Avenue School to Nassau BOCES for $12 million, and the reasons for doing so. The Board of Education has unanimously agreed