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Ambulances from Northwell Health are now part of the emergency medical services response team in Malverne, it was announced at the village’s July 11 board meeting. The new partnership between the village and Northwell Health began July 8 and will run for a six-month trial period. more
Several years ago, Yma Arroyo, a lifelong Malvernite, visited a friend’s juice bar in Brooklyn and was struck with an idea. “I said, ‘Wow, this would be really great to bring to the village,’” Arroyo said. “We have almost everything here, but nothing like this.” more
Malvernite Sarah O’Connor is riding her bike across the country to raise money for the Interfaith Nutrition Network. She began at the George Washington Bridge on June 25 and expects to reach Los Angeles by September. Below are excerpts of her comments from day 20 of her trip on July 14: more
Long Beach City Hall closed on Wednesday at noon due to a lack of air conditioning in the building, the city said on its website “People were frying this morning,” City Councilwoman Anissa … more
Hadassah Willig fell into a coma as a child 25 years ago, and last week, she finally met the pediatric nurse who was by her bedside. more
The Blue Dome opened for business in 1940. John J. Smith (1876-1955), a Valley Streamer who lived on Miriam Street, built an eight-stool hamburger stand, surrounded by a picket fence. “On your way home stop at the Blue Dome. Five hamburgers for 10¢ on carry-out orders only,” read an ad in the February 11, 1941, issue of Newsday. more
David Trizano, a Mamorneck resident, was appointed the principal of North High School at this month’s board meeting. He fills a vacancy left by James Bolen, who recently accepted a position as principal of Cold Spring Harbor High School. more
Valley Stream firefighters, under the command of Chief James Ervolino, responded to a reported gas main break at a home on Fairview Avenue just before 3 p.m. on July 7. more
To inform a request for proposals that will determine the fate of 500 acres slated for development at Belmont Park, five state lawmakers listened for nearly two and a half hours on July 10 at the Elmont Memorial Library as community members shared their visions. more
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