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Valley Stream South was bounced early in the Nassau Class A baseball playoffs following a season that exceeded head coach Ken Ward’s expectations. The Falcons finished the regular season 10-6-1 in Conference A-III. more
A Valley Stream native is bringing two popular movements to Freeport: micro-brewed beer and charity for U.S. troops. In July, a microbrewery will open on the Nautical Mile. more
Given the manner in which the baseball season began for Valley Stream Central, with six losses in seven games including an 0-4 mark against conference rivals, figuring out how to return to the Nassau Class AA playoffs wasn’t the first thing on coach Frank Alesia’s mind. more
After missing the Nassau Class A baseball playoffs a year ago, Valley Stream South locked up a spot in this spring’s postseason with two weeks to spare and is aiming for a second-place finish in Conference A-III. more
Residents are debating four proposed development plans for the 28-acre south parcel at Belmont Park. Three of those plans involve converting the land into big-box retail outlets as well as a grocery … more
Frank Cutrone, a Valley Stream resident attending Nassau Community College, was awarded the 2016 State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence at a ceremony in Albany last month. more
A Valley Stream family hosted a fundraiser on Saturday in East Rockaway to honor Ronnie Biegner, who died of kidney cancer in 2011. He was 51. more
A 70-foot Ferris wheel will be among 20 rides and attractions, including a high wire act and a motorcycle “globe of death,” at the biggest carnival to hit Valley Stream in more than 20 years this weekend, providing an exciting option for celebrating Mother’s Day. more
More than 150 union workers, fans, and locals rallied at the south lot of Belmont Park to urge state officials to make a decision on a proposed soccer stadium and complex that has been lying in wait … more
The county comptroller released an audit last week stating that the Nassau County Police Department exceeded its overtime budget by $96.2 million over a six-year period due to systemic under-budgeting, overly optimistic savings projections and slipshod record-keeping. more
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