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A number of Democrats and Republicans called on Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto to resign on Thursday following their arrests on federal corruption … more
New York state was recently awarded a $3.2 billion settlement from Morgan Stanley after the firm’s scheme to market mortgage-backed securities contributed to the collapse of the housing market in 2008 and the ensuing recession. Ironically, the state is awarding millions of that settlement to local municipalities to clean up thousands of vacant and abandoned properties that have been dubbed “zombie homes,” many of which have been vacant since the housing crisis and Superstorm Sandy. more
Malverne resident and volunteer Brian Lewis Jr. was honored last week by the Woodmen Life Chapter 467 for his community service and leadership in Malverne for more than 20 years. The Woodmen Life organization is a not-for-profit fraternal benefit society that has a 40-year history of charitable, patriotic and civic activities on Long Island. more
Chris Simmons was sworn as sergeant of the Malverne Police Reserves by Mayor Patti Ann McDonald during Malverne’s Board of Trustees meeting on October 5. Simmons, who has been with the Police Reserves for seven years, is one of its 21 active members. more
After more than a year of negotiations, a lease was signed Oct. 11 between the owner of the former Tri-Color Labs building in Malverne and an entrepreneur who wants to turn it into a full-service fitness center. more
Three men, including two Malverne residents, were arrested Wednesday for possession and intent to sell narcotics, Nassau Police told the Herald on Friday. more
Despite a multi-generational history of family members who were officers in the New York City Police Department — and the tragic shooting of his father, Detective Steven McDonald, in Central Park in 1986, which left him a quadriplegic — Conor McDonald wasn’t truly certain that he wanted to be a police officer until 2007. more
Residents will soon get two chances to comment on an 8.3 percent rate hike proposed by New York American Water, a private water company that supplies communities across the South Shore. The New York State Department of Public Service, which oversees the Public Service Commission, has scheduled public hearings in Malverne and Wantagh on Oct. 26. more
Hofstra University played host on Sept. 26 to the first of three presidential debates this year, pitting Democrat Hillary Clinton against Republican Donald Trump in what the pundits most often … more
Who’s capable of orchestrating the complicated logistics of Hofstra University’s three presidential debates in 2008, 2012 and 2016, as well as a gubernatorial debate in 2010 and others too numerous to mention? A Malvernite. more
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