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Thousands turned out for a Black Lives Matter protest in Merrick and Bellmore today, and Heralds Executive Editor Scott Brinton follow the protesters as they made their way from Merrick to Bellmore … more
Stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic over the past few months, Malverne teen Christina Callahan said that boredom helped her stumble on a fun, meaningful project. In April, she said, she … more
A petition has circulated on Facebook urging the Malverne School District to fire Louise Piacente-Aguilar, a teaching assistant in the district. Residents called for Piacente-Aguilar’s … more
Four candidates are running for two open Board of Education seats in the West Hempstead School District in the June 9 election. The Herald sent brief questionnaires to the candidates, and their … more
Malvernite Jeanne D’Esposito is running for re-election as trustee with the Malverne Board of Education unopposed. A Malverne resident for nearly 30 years, D’Esposito said she chose to … more
What started as a trickle of protesters lining up at 6 p.m. Tuesday in front of the Trader Joe’s on Merrick Road, in Merrick, quickly grew to a mass of more than 150, who prayed, chanted and shouted George Floyd’s name at passing cars, many of which honked back in response. more
Nassau County police arrested a homeless woman for arson at Sam's Caribbean Marketplace in West Hempstead on May 31. According to police, at about 1 a.m. on Sunday night, Melanie Nieves was caught … more
People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Legislature and Executive Building in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to … more
With the potential Phase Two reopening of Long Island’s economy a week and a half away, Governor Cuomo issued an executive order Sunday allowing dental offices to return to work statewide … more
People started to stream into the demonstration in front of the Nassau County Executive Building and Legislature in Mineola nearly an hour before the scheduled 5:30 p.m. start time. They had come to protest the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Shouting “I can’t breathe,” they came from parts across the county and beyond.   The … more
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