Meet your local woman-owned businesses

Women-owned businesses are on the rise. The number of small businesses that are led by women has nearly doubled in the past 10 years, according to the National Association of Women’s Businesses …

Neighbors celebrate ‘Americanism’ at Law and Order night

Every year, neighbors in Malverne gather for a very special night — Law and Order night. No, it isn’t a screening of the popular ‘90s drama. It’s a night for the American …

They were among first black students in schools

Frederick Brewington still remembers that first day of school when he arrived at Lindner Place Elementary School as a 9-year-old. He was instantly met with a swarm of reporters. They stuck a microphone in his mouth. ‘What did your mother tell you?’ they asked him.

Battle of the breads: who will win?

What says St. Patrick’s Day more than Irish soda bread, Guiness, and a good time with neighbors? Evelyn Heredia’s annual Irish soda bread-making contest is this Saturday, March 9 at 2 …

Garbage truck goes for $14,000

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — at least, that certainly seems the case for Malverne’s 2001 garbage truck. A private company from Rhode Island bought the vehicle …


The heartbreaking death of an NYPD hero

Former Congressman Peter King reflects on the tragic murder of NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller, highlighting the outpouring of support from Massapequa Park and beyond, including a moment with former President Donald Trump, and calls for legislative action in honor of Diller's memory."


Washington: where bipartisanship goes to die

Former Assemblyman Jerry Kremer reminisces about bipartisan successes in Albany, contrasting them with the current gridlock in Washington, where partisan politics obstructs meaningful legislation, leaving a longing for the return of bipartisan cooperation.


The time to support local journalism is now

Highlighting the efforts of the Empire State Local News Coalition, which aims to safeguard local journalism in New York by advocating for legislative support and rallying communities to save newsrooms and jobs amidst closures and layoffs.


Trends come and go, and then come right back again

There's a resurgence of typewriters among Gen Z reflecting a growing desire for simplicity, nostalgia, and authenticity in a digital age