She pedaled through 14 states, got two flat tires, fell three times, and ate countless meals in Dollar General parking lots. She braved hills, 110-degree heat and relentless winds. But Malvernite Sarah O’Connor, who has been riding a bike across the country to raise money for the Interfaith Nutrition Network, said she arrived in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday, and that the accomplishment was well worth the effort.
On July 24, members of a Muslim family who have lived in Malverne for 20 years came home to find something they had never encountered: two hate messages stuffed into their mailbox.
In anticipation of the fall hurricane season, PSEG Long Island has been trimming trees in the village since July 10 to ward off potential power failures caused by trees knocking down power lines. But the trim work, some residents say, is unnecessarily aggressive and is mutilating the trees. “It’s a massacre,” said Neil Gilmartin, an area resident for more than 50 years. “It’s anything but tree trimming. They are having a great time destroying what took 50-60 years to grow.”
Eighteen years ago, Malvernite Eric Hafker decided to review more than 100 poems that he had written between 1993 and 1999. “There were some poems that I revised over 50 times,” Hafker said.
Malvernite Veronica Silva had had her dog, JakeBear, for two years when she got engaged. “Millennials pretty much humanize their dogs,” Silva, 32, said. “So when it comes to their wedding day, the most important day of their life, the dog has to be there.”
A caravan of seven cars stuffed with clothes, food, toiletries and 40 volunteers made its way into Manhattan last week to help the homeless during Our Lady of Lourdes biannual Midnight Run.
It was only five months ago that 8-year-old Malverne resident Jace Richards began running in the USA Track and Field events. Yet there he was last week, running in front of thousands at the Hershey National Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships in Lawrence, Kansas.
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.
A Muslim family residing in Malverne found two hate messages in their mailbox on July 24, Nassau County Police reported.
As a reverend in the Lutheran church for 21 years, A. David Anglada has been a hospice chaplain, a multicultural leadership director and an assistant to several bishops. His newest title is pastor to the Grace Lutheran Church and school on Hempstead Avenue in Malverne.
Princess is estimated to be about two years old and is a perfect lady in every way, according to his foster mom. Behaved, loving, kind gentle, calm, friend, happy and athletic — there aren’t enough adjectives to describe this wonderful dog, currently being fostered in Oyster Bay.