Every year on the anniversary of the passing of Paul Brady, a Malverne firefighter who died in the Malverne firehouse in 2006, members of the Fire Department honor him, his loyalty, humor and devotion to the department through a series of rituals.
A state audit of the Malverne school district reported that, while district officials effectively managed the district’s fund balance, including reserves, the district adopted overly conservative budgets that were overfunded.
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As his kitchen television silently aired CNN’s footage of the chaos the day after five white Dallas police officers were killed by a black sniper during a peaceful demonstration, Malvernite and New York City Police Detective Steven McDonald was listening to a speech by Robert F. Kennedy, made nearly 50 years ago, on the day after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination.
It was a week before Connolly Station’s 20th anniversary in Malverne, and owner Jerry Hughes was recounting his favorite bar stories with a visitor. “We did a hairy leg contest on television where we wore kilts with construction boots,” Hughes said of the WPIX-TV contest. “The people in the studio were judging our legs, and I should’ve won,” he added, displaying his very hairy gams as proof. “I think it was a fix.”
Some exciting new projects are underway at the football field behind Malverne High School.
There’s a lot of excitement brewing over a potential new business in Malverne that has yet to sign a lease.
It was a beautiful day at Point Lookout town beach when a swarm of news people and town employees were following Town Supervisor Anthony Santino around the coastline while he distributed free packets of sunscreen to beachgoers.
Last week, a bill requiring all public schools to test their water for lead was given the green light by both the Senate and the Assembly, and is expected to be signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
A beautiful summer day gave way to an equally beautiful ceremony last Friday evening for the 2016 graduating class of Malverne High School.
Exhibits and more... Africa: Sub-Saharan DiversityDrawn exclusively from the Hofstra University Museum’s collections, this exhibition explores the rich diversity of 25 ethnic cultures across …
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