PHOTOS! Malverne Garden Tour 2024

The Malverne Civic Association held their annual Garden Tour this past weekend — and the local green thumbs did not disappoint. Neighbors started at the Malverne Gazebo and toured the …

African American Pickleball Association says pickleball is for all

Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in America — and it’s time it got a little more diverse, says the African American Pickleball Association.

Who's the strongest in Malverne?

The 2024 Malverne Strongman and Strongwoman competition, at Crossroads Farm at Grossman’s, was a hit.

They're fighting for the heart of Lakeview

In recent months, neighbors in Lakeview have watched their once thriving downtown continue a transformation into what they describe as an industrial eyesore. A few years ago, the corner of …

Protecting aquifers, Long Island’s only source of drinking water

The Long Island Commission for Aquifer Protection is urging neighbors to be mindful of their water usage to protect our only source of drinking water.


Congestion pricing delay exposes political gamesmanship

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s recent decision to delay the controversial congestion pricing scheme is cause for celebration. Let’s not forget, however, that this win comes with a rather large asterisk.


I’m running to fight for women’s freedoms

Since Roe was overturned, legislators and governors in more than a dozen states have imposed harsh restrictions and outright bans on abortion. The repercussions have been devastating.


Summertime heightens the importance of traffic safety

In my role as a personal injury attorney, I have worked with hundreds of people who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents resulting from negligence or oversight that often could have been …


Lessons learned, grads take the next step

It’s the season of graduations — when students from every corner of our communities take center stage to mark significant milestones in their academic journeys