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Navigating Bellmore-Merrick’s side streets in the days following Tropical Storm Isaias was comparable to being caught in a dizzying maze. Drivers were forced to three-point turn at the sight … more
Power was restored late Thursday afternoon at eateries, shops and supermarkets along Merrick Road in Merrick, from the Four Towns Fire Training Center to Babylon Turnpike, nearly two days after Tropical Storm Isaias struck. more
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, with some gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees … more
Tropical Storm Isaias, a swift-moving temptest that slammed Nassau Tuesday, knocked down more than a thousand trees and some 338 electric and phone wires here, said County Executive Laura Curran during a news briefing Wednesday morning. more
To help parents guide their kids through coping with anxiety, the North Merrick School District hosted a special webinar on Friday with Dr. Jonathan Dalton of the Center for Anxiety and Behavioral Change. more
City of Long Beach officials said beaches will be closed Tuesday, drains are being emptied of excess water, dunes are being fortified, the regular Tuesday night meeting of the City Council … more
May was a whirlwind month for Chrissa Schmerler, who logged 20-hour workdays to provide meals for frontline workers, members of law enforcement and pretty much anyone else in need. more
Funded by a capital bond approved by voters in December 2016, the Merrick School District continues to make significant renovations and upgrades at Chatterton, Birch and Levy Lakeside Elementary Schools. more
Mepham High School is receiving a facelift of sorts this summer as part of the district’s capital project referendum approved by residents in spring 2017. more
All of Long Island is now under a Tropical Storm Warning, as Isaias churns up the East Coast, according to the National Weather Service. The storm is on track to strike the Carolinas with 70 mph … more
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