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Valley Stream Central High School hosted its homecoming festivities on Saturday, Oct. 10. more
Football took over Firemen’s Field on Oct. 4 as the Green Hornets youth league held its annual Homecoming celebration. There was a sea of green and white in the stands as hundreds came to cheer the players. more
The East Rockaway Fire Department sponsored a safety fair on Oct. 2, with a Smoke House, safety demonstrations and a ride on a real firetruck -- bells clanging all the way! more
Duck Race draws a flock [Photo gallery]
Rain postponed the Rockville Centre Lions Club annual Duck Race and Family Fall Festival from Saturday to Sunday, but it turned out for the best. more
Attending Columbia [Photo gallery]
Attending Columbia Emily Morr, who graduated summa cum laude from Siena College this past May, has been accepted into Columbia University and is currently attending classes in its mental health … more
In the top 5 [Photo gallery]
Rockville Centre residents Tom Walsh and Liz Fernandez placed fourth and fifth overall in the 5K race sponsored by South Nassau Communities Hospital on Sept. 27. Fernandez also was the second … more
In June, the Nassau County Legislature approved a bill that would close the sewer plants in the villages of Lawrence and Cedarhurst and transfer their waste to the county’s facility in Bay Park. On Oct. 1, the Town of Hempstead board unanimously voted to sue the county as well as Lawrence and Cedarhurst in an attempt to stop the consolidation until state environmental agencies determine how the extra sewage processed by the Bay Park facility will affect Reynolds Channel, where the plant pumps treated effluent. more
The crisp autumn air matched the bright spirits of the fans at Lynbrook High School’s annual PTA Scholarship Football Game, as the Owls defeated Manhasset by a score of 34 to 27. more
Everyone in town knows Tony D. — or has seen him, anyway. more
Members from the he Malverne Merchants and Professional Association and East Rockaway and Lynbrook chambers of commerce, along with village and state officials, got to together to talk and network on Sept. 23 at The Bristal of Lynbrook on Freer Street. more
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