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The shelves at T&F Pork Store were once filled with assorted Italian sausages, fresh mozzarella and other authentic Italian groceries that customers used to line up to buy. But now the shelves are mostly barren as new owners prepare to take over the store and delicatessen at month’s end. more
Members of Valley Stream’s First Apostolic Church Seventh Day were given a holiday miracle on Dec. 22, when a state appellate court granted a stay pending appeal in the congregation’s foreclosure … more
When a handful of residents arrived at Village Hall on Dec. 4 to protest a proposed 18-unit apartment building on the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and Cochran Place before the Board of Zoning Appeals, … more
It was clear early on during the Valley Stream Downtown Revitalization Task Force’s second official meeting on Nov. 27 that the challenges of turning the stretch of Rockaway Avenue from Sunrise … more
I can’t sew. But on Nov. 30, I could thread two pieces of fabric together as the arms of a spider-like machine moved up and down next to me. Behind me, surgeons at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream joked that I should become a surgeon. more
The Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce has launched its “Main Street” and “Shop Local” initiatives to encourage Long Islanders to consider their own downtowns when deciding where to shop for the holidays. more
At the outset of a Nov. 13 Valley Stream Board of Zoning Appeals hearing on a proposed four-story self-storage facility at 750 W. Merrick Road, local zoning lawyer Dominick Minerva, representing the … more
When John Millwood, the senior pastor of the Apostolic Church of God 7th Day closed in late 2016 on the West Merrick Road property that would house his more than 200-member congregation, he said he felt it was God’s will for the group. more
Long Island Jewish Valley Stream recently earned a ‘C’ rating from The Leapfrog Group. The non-profit organization publishes The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade each year, which scores hospitals … more
Following a shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa. that killed 11 congregants, local rabbis met with elected and Nassau County police officials late last month to discuss security. more
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