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On Nov. 4, the Veterans Legal Assistance Project, which was formed by law student-veterans in 2012, held its biannual one-day law clinic dedicated to veterans at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law. There, pro-bono attorneys helped veterans with discharge upgrades, pending appeals and estate planning. more
When John Millwood, the senior pastor of the Apostolic Church of God 7th Day closed in late 2016 on the West Merrick Road property that would house his more than 200-member congregation, he said he felt it was God’s will for the group. more
Second of two parts.Pat Albarella awoke in December 1943, lying in an Army hospital bed in Tunisia, frantically feeling for his legs, which had been badly burned in Italy a few days before. Doctors … more
Having grown up in Brooklyn in the 1920s and ’30s as the middle child of nine, with Italian immigrant parents, Valley Stream resident and retired Army Private First Class Pat Albarella described his idyllic, family-oriented life there — with frequent visits by aunts, uncles and cousins — as “beautiful.” more
“There are very few ways to fight hate, except through love and unity,” said Rabbi Steven Graber of Temple Hillel in North Woodmere. “We’re here together hoping that it will somehow help us to start to heal as well as to be able to send a message to the families of the victims as well as the rest of America that we care.” more
Since 1999, 88.7 FM WRHU had been broadcasted out of the same Studio South. On June 7 staff members signed off from that studio to make way for a major five-studio rebuild with cutting-edge audio, video and social media content capabilities. more
Songs of worship were sung, tears were shed and prayers were recited as people gathered for a service titled Stronger Than Hate in the greenhouse at Crossroads Farm at Grossman’s in Malverne on Sunday. The service was held in honor of the 11 people who were killed in the shooting last Saturday at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. more
Sandra Shanhai, the principal of the Valley Stream Christian Academy on Fairview Avenue, was named the Valley Stream Businessperson of the Year at the Nassau Council Chambers of Commerce breakfast on Oct. 19. more
The nor’easter may have put a damper on the Friends of Valley Stream Dogs annual Howl-o-ween fundraiser, but it did not stop fifty dog owners from having a doggone good time at the Valley Stream Dog Park on Oct. 28. more
In the race for the seat in the 19th Assembly District, the Herald endorses incumbent Ed Ra, of Franklin Square. Given Ra’s years of experience in the State Assembly — he was first elected to … more
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