Source: Facebook, Go Fund Me Friends, family, Elmont alumni and perfect strangers are showing an outpouring of support online for Elmont graduate, Katiana Fongsam, 26, who learned Friday that she is battling Stage 4 Cervical cancer. The Elmont native, who is described as “vibrant”, “silly” and “outgoing” on her Go Fund Me Page, saysContinue reading “Fellow Alumni Join Elmont Graduate’s Fight Against Cancer”
Source: Aisha Al-Muslim, Newsday Luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus on Friday finally opened its first store on Long Island. Dozens of people lined up outside minutes before the opening of the 106,000-square-foot, two-floor store at Roosevelt Field mall on Friday morning. Shoppers streamed in through the store’s five entrances, where they were greeted withContinue reading “Neiman Marcus Luxury Department Store Opens at Roosevelt Field Mall”
Days before his 22nd birthday, Elmont native, Daniel Alexis, decided he wanted to do something different to celebrate this year: The Class of 2012 graduate rounded up all of his friends in Elmont and set out on a mission to feed the homeless of New York City. “I believe the greatest gift God gave us isContinue reading “Young Elmont Men Feed the Homeless of New York City”
We’re super duper excited to feature Elite Barber Parlor, it’s talented barbers and innovative products as part of our new, cutting-edge, 4-week series entitled, “Four Pillars of Entrepreneurship,” highlighting young adult business ownership in the Elmont community.
Source: Paul Larocco & Laura Figueroa, Newsday The Nassau County Legislature last night repealed the county’s controversial speed camera program, as it resisted a late push by the camera vendor to merely suspend it. County Executive Edward Mangano said last night he will sign the repeal bill and cameras will be off effective Tuesday. TicketsContinue reading “Goodbye, School Zone Speed Cameras”