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Marcia Gould was to Merrick what actor Kevin Bacon is to Hollywood. more
A dim purple light cast a moody, low-key glow in one of the Sound Lab’s newly renovated recording studios in Bellmore. Paired with a raft of recording equipment and music that filled the air, … more
With a natural altruistic tendency, third-grader Julianna Tand only had a goal of raising roughly $500 through her charitable project. What she ended up raising, however, far surpassed her … more
The Herald Community Newspapers took home 26 honors in the annual New York Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, which attracted more than 2,400 of entries from 151 newspapers across … more
Judge Paul Feinman, a Merrick native, John F. Kennedy High School graduate and the first openly gay member of the state’s highest court, died on March 31 of a blood disorder. He was 61. … more
Country music star Eric Church will be the first performer at the new UBS Arena at Belmont Park, with a concert on Dec. 4 as part of his “The Gather Again Tour.” The reigning Country … more
For a group of six Wellington C. Mepham High School alumni, Jack Rice was much more than a teacher. In school, he was a mentor, a guide and, perhaps most of all, a friend — a presence in their … more
Bellmore resident Linda Goldstein picked up a new, charitable pandemic hobby last August: crafting personalized beaded mask chains. more
For Sanford H. Calhoun High School football coach Joe Migliano, there was no better place to propose to his girlfriend, cheer coach Christine Meiselas, than on the Calhoun field itself. more
Part one in a series of photo stories on the Nassau County Police Academy in North Massapequa. Recruits’ names were not given to protect their privacy. It’s 9 a.m. on a recent … more
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