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Ralph Polverino and his wife, Tina, go dancing every Wednesday afternoon at the Knights of Columbus in Mineola. But the dance on July 19 was even more special to Ralph, as shared a dance with his long-time friend, Jean Mastrangelo, for her 103rd birthday the next day. more
Harris Dinkoff, who served on the District 13 Board of Education for 33 years, died on Dec. 31 after a brief illness. He was 89. On July 5, members of the District 13 school community gathered outside the James A. Dever Elementary School for a commemorative tree planting ceremony to honor his legacy. more
‘Hidden Figures’ screening at the library The Henry Waldinger Memorial Library will be screening the hit-movie ‘Hidden Figures’ on July 28 at 1 p.m. The movie starts Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae as African-American mathematicians who worked for NASA to help John Glenn get into space. There is limited seating for the movie, so registration is requested at the Adult Reference Desk. For more information, call (516) 825 -6422 or email more
Firefighters responded to a dumpster fire on Saturday at the Valley Stream pool complex on Merrick Road. more
Several power outages, including one at the pool complex at Arthur J. Hendrickson Park on July 18, afflicted the greater Valley Stream area last week, according to a Public Service Enterprise Group Long Island spokesman. more
Officials voted to award a $1.6 million bid on July 17 to Bay Shore-based Pratt Brothers, Inc., to repair a mile and a half of thoroughfares in the village this year as part of Valley Stream’s road improvement program. more
Two people were injured in a three-car crash on July 21 at the intersection of Addison Place and Merrick Road, according to Valley Stream fire officials who reported to the scene. more
About 400 parents and community members who believe North and South high schools are overcrowded have submitted a joint letter to the Central High School District Board of Education, urging action against a district policy that they believe allows parents to choose the school their children attend. more
Having worked at the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library since 1979, Mamie Eng has seen it change over the years. “When I started, they were just on the edge of computers, so they were just beginning databases,” she recalled. Now, she said, the entire set of reference books have been replaced by online databases. more
We complain about politicians, government corruption and collusion and applaud when the offenders are caught and penalized. The Red Bull Theater’s production of The … more
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