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For Steven Kamlet, a dietician who changed careers so he could spend his summers working as a swim instructor, writing a children’s book was “uncharted waters” to him, he said. This … more
The Rev. Timothy Hirten dedicated his life to his many passions — the priesthood, the U.S. Air Force, travel, basketball — and he had a fierce compassion for friends and loved ones, … more
It was a solemn day for Bellmore and North Bellmore Fire Department service members who gathered once again to reflect on the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001. Dozens of neighbors attended to remember the … more
A recent decision by the Merrick Board of Education to reopen a gate on Charles Street behind Levy-Lakeside Elementary School for vehicular traffic has raised concern among residents who live on the … more
In a nearly 40-minute, socially distant ceremony last Friday morning, elected and appointed Nassau officials and families of local 9/11 victims paused to remember the 348 county residents who died in … more
It’s been 10 years since lifelong musician Paul Casanova — armed with a roll of painter’s tape — mapped out the blueprint for a music school in an empty 2,500 square foot … more
Though Martin Abrams never served as an officer of the Merrick Fire Department, he was someone younger volunteers looked up to. He led by example, never complained and strived to do the right thing, … more
Sunlight tangled into the blossoming crops sequestered on less than an acre of land behind St. Francis Episcopal Church in North Bellmore one late summer afternoon. While the muggy sweat of the day … more
Calhoun High School alumna Elizabeth Fitzpatrick was showering in March when she felt an olive-sized lump in her right breast. An ultrasound determined the mass was a cluster of “complicated … more
Setting aside his aspirations to join the New York Mets’ broadcast team, North Merrick native Kevin Collins has found his niche as Director of Development at the University of … more
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