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Merrick residents can once again enjoy full access to the Cedarmore Corporations seasonal Farmers Market.
Merrick boat owners will be pleased with the news that a huge step to protect them from navigational hazards on Sea Dog Creek has been given the go ahead.
It was recently announced that among the cities on Long Island to be awarded Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) money is one of Merricks neighbors, Baldwin, which will receive $10m to be used for seven projects.
The Town of Hempstead, in conjunction with Long Island Cares, will be collecting food and other supplies for pets whose owners are facing financial hardships.
Residents of Merrick can breathe a sigh of relief, as the state has decided for the second year in a row to follow the federal governments lead and push back the deadline for its income tax filing to May 17.
Like many state, county and city governments, Nassau County is raising money by selling bonds using sales tax revenues as collateral.
After a long absence, the high school athletes of Nassau County, including those of Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, have returned to practice in their respective low- and moderate-risk winter sports.
A class of 201 police recruits were recently sworn in, most of them in the typically remote fashion that has defined 2020.
The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School Districts superintendent, John DeTommaso, has recently announced he will be stepping down from the role next year, and his successor has already been named.
The Baldwin All Saints Episcopal Church plaque, has recently been returned to its rightful home, all the way from Florida.