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A public hearing will be held at Valley Stream Village Hall on Tuesday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss a developer’s request for a zoning variance that would allow for the construction of a three-story, nine-unit apartment building at 138 N. Central Avenue. more
Two candidates are squaring off for a seat on the Elmont Board of Education. Michael J. Cantara, 41, a pediatric physical therapist for the New York City Department of Education, is challenging … more
Seven drug suppliers were arrested last week for their roles in allegedly distributing 10,000 individual doses of heroin per week throughout the South Shore communities of Merrick, Freeport, … more
It seemed like Nicholas Raimondo, 24, of Valley Stream, was on track for his dream job, a career in the Navy, when he graduated from boot camp in Great Lakes, Ill., in January. But the severe headaches he experienced during training worried his girlfriend, Ashley Bruno, 21, a fellow South High School graduate, and she insisted that he see a doctor or she would tell his parents that something was wrong. more
Though the official results are not in yet, Todd Kaminsky seems to be poised to fill the vacant seat left by Dean Skelos. With 68,000 votes cast, Kaminsky (D-Long Beach) beat his opponent Chris … more
Though the State Senate returns on Thursday, the Nassau County Board of Elections has not yet counted the more than 4,000 absentee ballots and affidavits after last week’s special election for the … more
The East Rockaway School District adopted a $38 million budget proposal for the 2016-17 school year on April 19, which preserves all programs and staff and adds increased math support services, a guidance teaching assistant and a wrestling program. more
Eight candidates are running for four open seats across both East Rockaway and Lynbrook school districts. Their annual budget vote and Board of Education elections will be held on Tuesday, May 17. more
When he attended Lynbrook North Middle School about 15 years ago, Ryan Perlowin started selling candy with one of his friends in between classes to his fellow students. “It was literally me buying candy bars and selling them to my friends for more than I bought them for,” he said with a laugh. more
Voters in the Wantagh and Seaford library districts approved their respective budgets last week. more
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