A statue for future scouts

Malverne teen hopes to erect Girl Scout monument in Washington

Three years ago, Malvernite Allison Boccio and Girl Scout Troop 1612 took a field trip to Washington, D.C., to see the nation’s legendary monuments. Amazed by the structures, Allison and her sister …

Malverne schools superintendent search moves to next phase

After gathering input from the community about search criteria for the next Malverne superintendent of schools, a search firm will begin recruiting candidates. Consultant Deborah Raizes of Hazard, …

Schools

Advanced Placement scholars in Malverne

Malverne High School’s top scholars has raised the bar once more, as 75 past and current students earned the designation of Advanced Placement for excelling on their 2019 A.P. exams. This is the …

Getting past Malverne district’s past

Part four in a series. More than 50 years ago, racial tensions in the Malverne School District peaked. Prejudice divided the local community as hostilities mounted. Today, however, the district is …

The village's ‘go-to’ person

Longtime Malverne village clerk to retire this month

Working under several administrations and helping to piece together many budgets for 16 years is a stressful job, but Village Clerk Terry Emmel has managed to keep her cool and help the village board …

The Week Ahead

Nearby things to do this week in Malverne, West Hempstead

Ornament workshop Create your own decorations at Malverne Village Hall on Friday, Dec. 6, at 4:30 p.m. Village Hall will host an ornament workshop for children of all ages. The workshop is free to …

Editorial

Shop locally to preserve our downtowns

The Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce hosted its 35th annual Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast on Oct. 18, and 36 small-business owners were recognized for the contributions they make to their communities.

Jerry Kremer

Show us the money

When government officials promote their programs, they attach a cost to them, and in many cases the numbers and the claims don’t add up. We call it fuzzy math.