Small Business Saturday marked at Malverne arts and crafts studio

Employees at Bee’s Arts and Crafts Studio in Malverne were greeted by local elected officials on Nov. 27, which is recognized as Small Business Saturday. The mayor of Malverne, Keith …

High honor for Malverne H.S. choral students

Four Malverne High School choral students have been accepted into the American Choral Directors Association’s Eastern Division Gospel Honor Choir. Each year students from across the country …

‘Let’s make a movie’

The Malverne Community Theater is holding a viewing of its first ever cinematic short film on Monday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Malverne Movie Theater.

W.H. resident honored as employee of the year

Describing his decade-long tenure at document management and imaging company Seery Systems Group in Garden City as a “wonderful experience,” Richard Muller, of West Hempstead, emphasized that he has enjoyed his success: “It’s been a fun 10 years,” he said.

W.H. students win BOCES award

Two students from West Hempstead, James Faulds and Naimah Goode, were awarded by Nassau BOCES for outstanding achievement with the Career Technical Education Award. Fauls, an Auto Skills student, and …

Editorial

Bail reform law needs still more tweaking

Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder convened a news conference on Jan. 13 to make a point: The state’s bail reform law, enacted in January 2020, needs further reform . . .

Op-Ed

An inauguration like no other

I have been blessed to raise my hand and pledge to serve my community as an elected official many times over the past 16 years. However, last Monday was the first — and hopefully, last — time that I will take the oath of office in my living room.

Op-Ed

How progressives might be left in the lurch

When U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi announced his Democratic primary run against Gov. Kathy Hochul, it may have seemed like a D’Amato moment.