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Oceanside resident James Romanelli, 46, was arrested for having child pornography on his computer. Nassau County Police arrested him on Oct. 12 at 2:10 p.m at his home. A prior investigation led … more
Patients at the New Horizon Counseling Center’s day program for adults had a special opportunity over the summer, getting real-world work experience through a partnership that the center arranged with the Lemon Ice King of Corona, on Rockaway Avenue. more
A student film crew set up a shoot in the dry streambed behind Valley Stream North High School last Saturday, the third and final day of filming for a short film written and co-directed by a graduate who chose the location based on his memories of the school. more
Valley Stream resident Sharon Daly was recognized last month by Assemblyman Brian Curran (R-Lynbrook) at his annual Women of Distinction event for decades of volunteerism in the community. more
My great-aunt, Caroline Dickinson, stood on the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street at noon on September 16, 1920. She normally went out earlier, but she was meeting a friend for lunch and then taking the woman back to her job, the George H. Burr Company, to interview for a stenographer’s position. more
About two dozen people attended the District 13 Board of Education’s special meeting on Sept. 30, when it approved a proposal to borrow money for repairs and improvements to its facilities and set a date for voters to accept or reject it. more
Three North High School seniors were named National Merit Commended Scholars by the National Merit Scholarship Program for achieving “exceptional scores” on the Preliminary SAT. more
A Central High School junior with a passion for the performing arts is serving as an advocate for school theater programs in New York. more
The renovations at the village’s much-anticipated new courthouse, at 195 Rockaway Ave., are expected to be completed sometime next spring, according to the latest assessment by the Valley Stream board of trustees. more
Since she became the first woman president of the Valley Stream Lions Club on July 29, Janet Mahabir made one of her priorities a reevaluation of which members served in which roles. She met with members individually, made a list of them and their strengths and weaknesses and moved people to committees that better reflected their expertise. more
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