What a Time to Be From Elmont By Sophia Sunshine Vilceus It has truly been a remarkable week, month, and year to be from Elmont. But what does this all mean in context?
Source: Nicole Fuller and William Murphy, Newsday An Elmont seventh-grader described by her family as a “star” was fatally struck by a sport-utility vehicle Monday morning as she crossed a busy street with her twin sister on their way to school, officials said. It’s not the first time the family of Gabrielle Christina Johnson has beenContinue reading “Elmont Mourns Again: 12-year-old Elmont Student, Gabrielle Christina Johnson, Fatally Struck By Car While Crossing the Street To Elmont Memorial High School”
Foreword by Tamar Charmaine Life is about second chances. It’s about getting up and trying again after falling. Elmont’s very own Warren Wint is a testament to that. Failure pushed him to be great and a near-death experience helped him see the light. Warren, who has been in cyphers withContinue reading “The Scene: Warren Wint”
Source: Long Island Herald Nassau County lawmakers will propose legislation calling for the removal of school speed zone cameras, Presiding Officer Norma Gonsalves said, days after County Executive Ed Mangano drastically shortened the hours in which the cameras are in effect. The cameras, which first went into operation in speed zones outside certain schools beginningContinue reading “Bye-Bye, Speed Cameras?”