Words by Alexandria Harvey* If I were leading a seminar about Elmont, I would probably begin with the following inquiry: When you tell people that you are from Elmont, what is their reaction? If you are like me, you are all too familiar with the widened eyes, raised brows, and gaping mouths. Some recipients of ourContinue reading “Letter to the Editor: Edit Your Rhetoric for Evolving Elmont”
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: Rebecca Harshbarger, AM New York Almost 20 dogs graduated from an intensive MTA training on terrorism and explosives Wednesday at Grand Central Terminal. They were named after police officers and soldiers killed in the line of duty, and the mood was somber following the fatal shooting of a cop in East Harlem the nightContinue reading “Graduating MTA Dogs Named After NYPD Fallen Officers”
Source : Long Island Herald, Elmont Fire Department House fire on Irving in North Valley Stream within the Elmont Fire District. At approximately 5:10 p.m. on Monday, Sept 28, Nassau Firecom alerted the Elmont Fire Department for a reported house fire on Irving Street in the North Valley Stream section of the Elmont Fire District.Continue reading “House Catches Fire on Irving Street in Elmont”
Source: The New York Times Crying out “Daddy, Daddy, Daddy,” the 3-year-old girl walked toward the door of a Subway shop in Harlem, holding a turkey sandwich. “Go back in. Sit down; I’m coming right back,” he responded from the street, according to Mohammed Rahman, a fruit vendor outside the sandwich shop at 281 St. Nicholas Avenue, nearContinue reading “Elmont Man Abandons His Daughter at a Sandwich Shop in Harlem”