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Every July, the boards of education of the four Valley Stream school districts elect presidents to serve for the following school year. This year, John Maier was elected president of the Central High School District; Sean Douglas was tapped for the District 13 post; Donna LaRocco was selected as the president of the District 24 board; and Ken Cummings got the nod in District 30. more
After the Village of Lynbrook announced that it would no longer be holding a car show this year because it needed the parking space for the new movie theater, car enthusiasts had nowhere to go on a Thursday night in the summer. more
Although Steven Milazzo is celebrating 25 years as senior pastor at Bethlehem Assembly of God in Valley Stream, his service to the community started years before the milestone. more
Five months after Anthony Cruz stood before the Valley Stream Central High School District Board of Education advocating for the creation of a student liaison position to the board, members voted … more
Valley Streamer Carol Basdeo had a problem. Well, two problems. She wanted to make sure her two young children were getting adequate preparation for their future, with ample training in science, and … more
Edwin Ortiz spent the morning of June 23 working to improve the gardens at Pagan-Fletcher Restoration on Hendrickson Avenue for his Eagle Scout project. “I saw that the gardens were all … more
The following is Part One of an occasional series called “Working,” which will examine the lives of people on the job. It was inspired by Studs Terkel’s 1974 book, “Working: … more
Roughly 50 people attended The Friends of Valley Stream Dogs Bow Wow Luau, the organization’s annual fundraiser to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the dog parks opening on Saturday, June 16. It was the first time The Friends of Valley Stream Dogs held the event as a luau. more
Matthew and Nicholas Tineo, 14-year-old twins from Valley Stream, spent their Memorial Day weekend building structures at Alley Pond Environmental Center in Little Neck as part of the requirements for the rank of Eagle Scout. more
Kevin Tritschler, a fifth-grader at Robert W. Carbonaro Elementary School, won third-place for the Most Philosophical 5th Grader in America in the Kids Philosophy Slam Essay Contest. more
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