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School officials are working to recruit a more diverse pool of candidates for teaching and administrative positions in Valley Stream — a community highly regarded for its wide-ranging ethnic student body, which remains almost entirely educated by white people. more
A group of five nurses and surgical technicians from Long Island Jewish-Valley Stream went to Houston for a week starting on Labor Day, to relieve overwhelmed staff at MD Anderson Cancer Center who … more
Some 15 cars have had their tires stolen since 2015 in North Valley Stream, according to the Nassau County Police Department. The most recent tire theft occurred on the night of Aug. 20 on Val Park … more
Thousands of congregants from Valley Stream and beyond flocked to Masjid Hamza on Sept. 1 to celebrate Eid al-Adha — the second of two major annual Islamic holidays. Some 1.6 billion people who … more
Susan Leggett, who began working in District 24 in 1991, became principal of the William L. Buck school last week, filling a vacancy left by Mark Onorato, who was named the director of instructional technology. more
Pat Fennelly went to three Sept. 11 ceremonies this year wearing a photograph of her brother paper-clipped to her jacket: one at Eisenhower Park, one in Floral Park and one at the Arthur J. … more
Valley Stream marked another anniversary of the September 11th attacks with a memorial service at Hendrickson Park. The 9-11 memorial at the park features a recovered steel beam and two Survivor … more
The hundreds of people streaming into Point Lookout Park on Monday morning for a ceremony to dedicate the Town of Hempstead’s permanent 9/11 memorial passed through an arch at the front entrance, formed by two fire engines’ tower ladders and a massive American flag. The Point Lookout-Lido Fire Department erected the arch. more
Albert Redmond, of Valley Stream, joined United Way of Long Island’s team for the New York City Marathon to raise money for veterans organizations on Nov. 5. Redmond raced the past two marathons … more
The Valley Stream Fire Department collected about 100 boxes full of batteries, blankets, first-aid supplies, toilet paper and canned pet food last Sunday at the Brooklyn Avenue firehouse for the victims of Hurricane Harvey — and with more collections under way at village facilities through Sept. 8, Valley Streamers are making an impact on the relief effort. more
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