Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant in North Bellmore at gunpoint on Monday night.
Two John F. Kennedy High School students have been selected as Regeneron Science Scholars.
Before the age of iPads and Smartboards, Michael Dubin would stand in front of a classroom of students on the edge of a new millennium and spill the contents of his mind into theirs.
Tom McKevitt is starting the New Year representing District 13, which includes parts of Bellmore and Merrick, in the Nassau County Legislature, and he is optimistic about the body’s chances of making progress for a county beset by political scandals and high property taxes.
A homeless man has pleaded guilty to a string of knifepoint robberies committed throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties between February and April 2017.
The Bellmore Fire Department may install a new cell tower to improve communications between its three companies, located on Petit Avenue, Newbridge Road and Bellmore Avenue.
Amid the uptick in national news coverage of sexual harassment allegations, local leaders and institutions are taking steps to ensure that such misconduct is not tolerated.
Michael George, a 2007 John F. Kennedy High School graduate, has gone from being highlighted in the pages of the Bellmore-Merrick Herald to the pages of Variety and Forbes, according to his mother, Lisa.
Today’s Pet Sitting held their “Walk the Sweet Life” fundraiser on Nov. 19 to support medical treatment for local dachshund Spanky. With the support from individual donors and sponsors, the …
Hundreds of Bellmorites took to the polls on Dec. 12 to elect fire commissioners of the Bellmore and North Bellmore fire districts.
Brett Pollan, of Bellmore, has been named senior project manager at TripleCare, a national provider of telemedicine-based healthcare services to skilled nursing facilities.
The latest bipartisan issue facing the country is sexual harassment. And it goes beyond politics.
There’s always that pivotal moment when it’s clear that the holidays have arrived.
The mad dash is on in Washington to enact a tax bill, and at the same time to pass a funding bill to keep the U.S. government open and functioning into the new year. How did we come to such a scrambled situation, in which these major issues are backed up against the clock ticking down toward 2018? As the saying goes, timing is everything.
“Grandma ate rat poison.” That was the text my sister sent to her son. Anguished, he thought of his sick grandmother, who was living alone in Lynbrook. He ran for his car and called my sister on the way.