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As the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines roll out across the country, Bellmore and Merrick residents are among the thousands of New Yorkers who have already received their first doses of … more
Evan Styron said he defied the odds when planning to propose to his girlfriend, Lisa Friedrich, of East Meadow. Between the Covid-19 pandemic, a last-minute location change and inclement weather the … more
Simply read Dr. Lawrence Eisenstein’s title — commissioner of the Nassau County Department of Health — and you know he’s had a hectic year. more
Last Saturday, in a half-hidden, newly rented kitchen at the end of Charles Court, off Newbridge Road in Bellmore, a small group of chefs was busily preparing food. The next day, they distributed roughly 3,000 meals to families throughout the area. more
When Harriet Luce (nee Work) received a press badge certifying her position as the Merrick Life editor, the community’s former hometown newspaper, her son Allan said she “lit up like a … more
For more than 75 years, the Freeport-Merrick Rotary has lived by one motto: “Service above self.” And although the pandemic has hindered the club’s usual fundraising efforts, … more
John F. Kennedy High School sisters Lexi Baldinger, a senior, and Marci Baldinger, a freshman, collect donations for the “Toys for Tots” organization every year. This year, with support … more
Hempstead Town officials handed out hundreds of boxes of food to Elmont residents in need last Friday, and announced a new program with Island Harvest to ensure that nobody within the town goes … more
When Deborah Salant heard that victims of the coronavirus pandemic were being stored in refrigerated trucks in New York City, she knew she wanted to donate her family’s two burial plots at … more
Long Island business owners, particularly its restaurateurs, are feeling anxious and confused once again after a four-month period of relative calm following last spring’s deadly local outbreak … more
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