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Ben Mevorach, 54, has been residing in Malverne for the past 25 years, yet still manages to keep a low profile despite his position as director of news and programming for 1010 WINS, the most listened to all news radio station in the United States. more
We already know what’s going to happen to all the Valentines Day procrastinators out there. more
PSEG Long Island submitted a three-year rate plan last week that requests increases of 2 percent of aggregate revenues (customers’ bills) a year for the next three years. This will result in an average monthly bill increase of approximately $3.25 in 2016 and approximately $3.30 in 2017 and 2018. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved a 4 percent increase of fares and tolls last week, leaving many residents frustrated over the increased cost of getting to work. Under the new … more
Sometimes it seems as if Malverne and the surrounding areas are alone in complaining about problems with brown water. more
PSEG Long Island reports that as of 9:47 a.m., 174 households — all in central and eastern Long Island — are without power. Restoration is expected today. more
As the northeast gets ready for a historic snowstorm, PSEG Long Island is getting ready. According to a release, PSEG Long Island has: · Scheduled all available personnel so they are ready to … more
More than 1,000 people gathered for a community meeting in Westbury on Jan. 15 in a show of united opposition to a proposed video lottery terminal in a now-vacant Fortunoff at the Source Mall. more
A recent article in The New York Times reported that 2014 was a banner year for Manhattan real estate, thanks to the sale of ultra-luxury apartments. Are Malverne and West Hempstead following the same trend? Not quite, but activity in both communities is trending upward, according to industry data, with more homes being sold and their prices steadily rising. more
Due to budget cuts in 2013, the West Hempstead School District was forced to make some tough decisions, which included reducing the number of periods in the school day at the high school from nine to eight that September. more
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