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On a plain wall between tracks 113 and 114, a plywood door separates old from new at Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. It is the inconspicuous entrance to the Metropolitan Transportation … more
Looking down through the 3D viewfinder, the metal arms extended naturally from my torso. If not for the crab-like claw tips, I could have easily mistaken them for my own. I slipped my thumbs and … more
Students struggling to get their needed books, pencils and other supplies for the upcoming school year can find help through the Merrick Kiwanis Club. more
Water has played a big part in Kevin Vaughan’s life — the Merrick resident spent much of his youth at local pools and beaches. That changed, though, when he lost his left leg below the knee while serving his country. more
School officials in Bellmore and Merrick will step up their efforts to make mental health a fundamental part of students’ education in the 2018-19 school year. more
Ever since the first newspapers began printing in Europe in the early 1600s, the relationship between the media and the powerful has been rocky. No one in memory, however, has strained that relationship more than the current occupant of the White House, Donald J. Trump. more
Even though New York American Water’s conservation rates were designed to reward customers for limiting water use, the utility’s deputy chief operating officer, Bill Varley, acknowledged at a … more
Dr. Timothy Lynch has been appointed as interim president of Queensborough Community College by CUNY Interim Chancellor Vita Rabinowitz, effective Sept. 1. Lynch will succeed Dr. Diane Call, who … more
Pickleball players have taken over the tennis courts of Merrick Road Park. On Aug. 3, for instance, in the sweltering heat, more than two dozen pickleball players gathered with friends to play. They took up five of the six available tennis courts, engaging in matches that ranged from casual to high-intensity. more
A new emergency alert system is coming to Nassau County libraries. The Rave Panic Button, an application that provides a fast response in emergency situations, will be available for implementation in all 54 Nassau County public libraries, including each of the four Bellmore and Merrick facilities. more
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