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Nassau County police have arrested two men four weeks apart in connection with the murder of a 19-year-old Valley Stream man, whose body was discovered in March, according to a Tuesday night news release. more
Elementary students have been busy learning English in the Levittown School District this summer — and how the language is used in science.  The ENL Jumpstart program, which provides … more
Here are the latest arrest reports for Lynbrook and East Rockaway. more
Shortly after midnight on Wednesday, officers rescued a man who attempted to hang himself off of the bridge at Atlantic and Brower avenues in Oceanside, the 4th Precinct reported. According to … more
Two weeks ago, Chief Michael Vogt of the West Hempstead Fire Department had heard that his department was approved for a FEMA grant. “We knew we were approved for a grant, but we didn’t know how much or what it was for,” said Vogt. He soon found out, however, that the department would be receiving $228,572 to purchase much-needed self-contained breathing apparatus — known in the fire industry as SCBA. It is the largest grant ever received in the department’s history. more
Hundreds gathered at the Village Green on Aug. 9 for a doo-wop treat. more
After a falling tree limb nearly struck a pedestrian on Rockaway Avenue, the Village of Valley Stream decided to cut down seven rotting ornamental pear trees at the end of May — and the remaining trees, which are also suffering a fungus called “pear rust,” will likely be cut down within one-to-four years, according to Deputy Highway Supervisor Chris Vela. more
In an effort to preserve trees in the village, Valley Stream officials are in the early stages of discussing a new code — based on a similar one in the Village of Malverne — that would prohibit residents from cutting down trees on their property without a permit. more
Masjid Hamza, in Valley Stream, along with hundreds of mosques across the country, will open its doors to the community this weekend in an effort to break social barriers and have an honest discussion about Islam. more
She pedaled through 14 states, got two flat tires, fell three times, and ate countless meals in Dollar General parking lots. She braved hills, 110-degree heat and relentless winds. But Malvernite Sarah O’Connor, who has been riding a bike across the country to raise money for the Interfaith Nutrition Network, said she arrived in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday, and that the accomplishment was well worth the effort. more
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