1. A Bellmore woman is a finalist in a KJOY contest and she can use your vote. Read more about the woman and the contest at 10 a.m.
2. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice's driver education program, “Choices and Consequences, which aims to teach high school students about the dangers of drunk, drugged, distracted, and reckless driving, will be presented at Kennedy High School on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
3. Did you know that you can throw a backyard barbecue for less than $100? Found out how here.