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When village officials first brought up the idea of having a farmers’ market in Valley Stream a few months ago, Assistant Recreation Superintendent Mike Pellegrino decided to be proactive and call Rockville Centre officials about their market. That was how he found out about the Long Island Growers Market, LLC. more
Eighteen Baldwin High School art students spent months painting and photographing murals to calm patients at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream, and on May 28, the students unveiled their work to the hospital’s staff. more
In his free time, Mike Stanko likes to paint Valley Stream scenes. So when Rochester-based CGI Communications reached out to Valley Stream Chamber of Commerce members and village employees about refreshing the banners on Rockaway Avenue, they agreed that any new banner should feature Stanko’s work. more
New York American Water will begin replacing almost 1,660 feet of ageing water mains throughout Valley Stream on May 15. The utility will begin by replacing 500 feet of six-inch water mains that … more
Almost 40 women gathered at Temple Hillel on April 3 to decompress from their Passover preparations, which include destroying or selling leavened food, cleaning appliances and setting the table for the first two Seders. During the Seders — which are held on the first and second night of the holiday — Jews eat matzo, read the story of Exodus, drink four cups of wine and sing songs. more
One offshore wind developer is proposing a wind farm that, if approved, would span 80,000 acres in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island’s South Shore, with its closest point to land being 14 miles … more
Rosemary McGuiness Sibilla said she has nightmares about the long-term effects of the “rusty, brown and chlorine-scented water” that comes out of the pipes in her Valley Stream home. Lorrie Sand said her dishwasher racks have been rusted out from the corrosive water, and Ann Massa–Garofalo said the water stained her sinks, toilet bowl and clothes. more
New York American Water rates are set to increase again next month, as the third year of the utility’s conservation rate hike begins. more
After roughly two years of planning, the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library’s Makerspace room officially opened at a ceremony on March 7. more
More than 800 library administrators and patrons from throughout New York traveled to Albany on Feb. 27 to demand that state officials restore library aid and allocate $200 million to libraries in New York’s 2019 fiscal year budget. more
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