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Two Memorial Junior High School students won a poetry contest at their school this month and will participate in a regional competition on Feb. 27 at Farmingdale State College. Ninth-graders Ogo … more
Valley Stream Girl Scout Troop 2346 had been bundled up and assembled outside the Valley Stream Post Office selling cookies for about four hours on Feb. 14 when a man approached them. “That day … more
Joaquin Souberbielle was on vacation in California when he heard his phone’s alert. It was a message notification from Tinder, the Smartphone dating application that lets users scan potential … more
Last year, Lynbrook High School graduate Joaquin Souberbielle was in California on vacation when his phone rang. It was a message notification from Tinder, a smartphone dating application that lets … more
A program that has enjoyed a decades-long run of success at Peninsula Counseling Center in Valley Stream had new life breathed into it after it received thousands of dollars in grant money earlier … more
Requests for student transportation to private or parochial schools outside of the district for the 2015-2016 school year must be received by April 1. The application is required to be submitted … more
Students at the Willow Road School in Valley Stream marked the 100th day of the 2014-2015 school year with their annual Cape Day on Feb. 13. Children donned red capes and paper visors for the … more
Two Memorial Junior High School students won a poetry contest at their school this month and will participate in a regional competition on Feb. 27 at Farmingdale State College. Ninth-graders Ogo … more
Malvernite Peter Hawkins trains nearly six days a week to prepare for the seven marathons and the dozens of races he participates in each year. Over the past 25 years, he’s won roughly two dozen competitions, establishing his name and his abilities in sports circles around the globe. In his spare time, he rock climbs, skis, swims, and wants to try a triathlon soon. He visits classrooms throughout the year, speaking to students and looking to inspire, but not with his athletic prowess. more
State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced on Feb. 16 that his office would introduce legislation in Albany that would address “zombie” properties — vacant or abandoned properties … more
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