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One month after North High School students spoke before the Central High School District Board of Education, decrying the condition of the school’s facilities, North parents, teachers and students again filled the cafeteria at Memorial Junior High School on April 9 to demand answers from district administrators. more
Hundreds of children ran through the playground at the Arthur J. Hendrickson Park on April 13 to find gold and silver eggs and win prizes at the Village of Valley Stream’s annual Easter egg hunt. … more
Scouts in Troop 116 walked past their friends and family at the Holy Name of Mary School gym to receive the merit badges they have been working towards, and advance in rank at the troop’s Court of Honor ceremony on April 15. more
Six alleged MS-13 members have been indicted for their alleged role in two murders that took place in Far Rockaway and Lawrence last December. more
WRHU Radio Hofstra University was joined by university President Stuart Rabinowitz, Dean Mark Lukasiewicz of the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication and the large family of the late WRHU alumni … more
A small plane reportedly crashed onto the lawn of a Valley Stream home around 10 p.m. on Sunday. The plane's pilot reportedly became disoriented in the fog and crashed when the plane ran out of … more
Tom Muscarella, the Garden City Republican tapped by the County GOP to run for convicted Hempstead Councilman Ed Ambrosino's seat, is likely to be seated before he begins campaigning. At next week's Hempstead Town Board meeting, the Republican-controlled board is set to appoint Muscarella to the seat left empty after Ambrosino resigned, over the objections of Democratic Town Supervisor Laura Gillen. more
For the past few months, administrators at all four Valley Stream school districts have been presenting their proposed 2019-20 budgets, which residents can approve or vote down on May 21. The … 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
The Herald Community Newspapers captured 20 awards in the New York Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest, including several top honors for editorial and advertising excellence. … more
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