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Thursday, April 2, 2015
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Paul Jessup, superintendent of the Malverne Department of Public Works, starts the day with a regular routine. He arrives at work during the wee hours of the morning, and makes several pots of coffee. He opens the building and has an informal meeting with his staff to plot out the day’s game plan. more
If there was ever a way to get a passionate group motivated to raise money, Nassau BOCES accomplished it last week. more
When Nassau BOCES came up with the idea to create the Doshi STEM Institute, a half-day, five-days-a-week learning experience for high school students focusing on science, technology, engineering and math, the Malverne school district immediately saw its value. more
Facing pressure from state and local officials, New York Rising announced a major policy change on Thursday to part of its reimbursement formula that officials say has stalled the rebuilding process … more
Shortly after Fred Senti, 28, a chief with the Lakeview Fire Department, got engaged, he was looking to rent an apartment with his fiancée for $2,000 a month when he was advised otherwise. “My friend told me, ‘You’re going to be paying someone else’s mortgage; why not pay your own mortgage?’” he recalled. Luckily, Senti had enough money to make a down payment, and became a proud owner of his own home. more
Four hundred and fifty people visited the Bridge Church two weeks ago to celebrate the grand opening of a $250,000 restoration job of its new children’s wing. more
For West Hempstead resident Kimberly Orlic, it was a surreal event. more
For West Hempstead resident Kimberly Orlic, it was a surreal event. more
Seeing these highly decorated art bras displayed en masse conjures up images of a strong, feminine army, individual in design, and ready to combat the trials and tribulations of breast cancer. In just two short weeks, the public will have the opportunity to join in their fight. more
In a report released by New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli last week, Malverne was listed among 22 villages that are experiencing some level of financial stress, but village officials say the report incorrectly evaluates the village’s fiscal state. more
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