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Rumors have been circulating for the past two months that Malverne Mayor Patricia McDonald has been urged to run for higher office — Town of Hempstead supervisor, the town council or the Nassau County Legislature’s 6th District seat. McDonald, who has confirmed to the Herald that the rumors are true, has not said whether she would run for any of these positions, all of which are up for election in November. more
Do you hear that deafening plane noise? Probably not. more
Like many hospitals regionally and nationwide, South Nassau Communities Hospital is adjusting to the changing face of health care delivery and accommodating patient needs. more
More than 200 residents of Elmont and the surrounding communities packed Sewanhaka High School on May 7 to ask questions and hear details about a proposed $400 million stadium, restaurant and retail … more
Last year, a Malverne resident approached village police Chief John Aresta with a request: Was there anything the Police Department could do to help him with his mother, who was in the advanced stages of Alzheimer’s disease and was prone to wandering away? more
If you have complaints, comments, suggestions or questions about anything related to the Town of Hempstead, councilmen Anthony Santino, Bruce Blakeman, and at least a dozen representatives from different town divisions, will be in Malverne, at the Howard T. Heber Middle School on Monday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss them with you. more
When Suzanne Reek, of Wantagh, used to bring her young son, Joseph, to the dentist, she would hire a team of two to six people to carry him into the office. Once there, he was strapped down to an examination table for treatment in what the American Dental Association calls a “papoose board,” essentially a stretcher with wide Velcro braces. In the end, Reek said, she would be hit with a $5,000 bill because her son, who suffered from extreme “dental anxiety,” would inevitably need to be sedated during treatment, which insurance didn’t cover. more
This past Monday, New York American Water began the task of replacing 8,100 feet of water main in Malverne. The effort will focus on main replacement on Malverne Ave., Nassau Ave., Ogston Terrace, Norwood Ave., and many of their cross streets. Work is expected to last at least a month’s time. more
State Assemblyman Brian Curran (R-Lynbrook) announced that he and Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) had secured over $2.7 million in road repair funds for the Town of Hempstead, plus additional funds for its villages, which will ultimately provide Malverne with at least $137,000 for road repair aid. more
Long Islanders who want to participate will set out non-perishable food by their mailboxes on May 9, which will then be picked up by their letter carriers while delivering the day’s mail. more
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