Voters approved the Malverne Union Free School District's 2022-2023 $64,407,654 budget Tuesday night and elected incumbent Laura Avvinti to another term on the board.
When Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell drew national attention by supergluing his hand to a counter at a midtown-Manhattan Starbucks on May 10 to protest the chain’s upcharge on non-diary milk, an animal activist from Malverne was also at the heart of the demonstration.
Lifelong Malverne community advocate John DiLeonardo, who relocated to Riverhead last year, has dedicated his life to rescuing and rehabilitating animals, and now he’s hoping to encourage others to do the same in a big way.
The Malverne village board, Hempstead Town board, Malverne residents and Legislator Bill Gaylor gathered, on April 30 at the village gazebo, to plant a tree in memory of Joseph and Carol Schutta for Arbor Day, who died within six months of each other.
Major progress on the improvements to Hempstead Lake State Park in West Hempstead have been made, announced Gov. Kathy Hochul May 13.
There are certainly some advantages to living on an island — advantages Matt Cohen says Long Island doesn’t exploit enough. Especially when it comes to alternative energy sources like offshore wind.
Nassau County officials have created a special legislative task force to combat antisemitism and, immediately after being sworn in, went right to work. Made up of eight legislators …
Nassau County cemented its relationship with Israel last week, signing an economic and cultural agreement with the Shomron.
In just under six weeks, New York state voters will get a chance to select the candidates for governor and State Assembly. With no disrespect to that branch of the Legislature . . .
The things we carry to this Memorial Day, 2022, are freighted with more recent events than past battles. On the last Monday in May, we look back . . .
Celestine Chaney, 65. Roberta Drury, 32. Andre Mackneil, 53. Katherine Massey, 72. Margus Morrison, 52. Heyward Patterson, 67. Geraldine Talley, 62. Ruth Whitfield, 86. Pearl Young, 77. And then there was Aaron Salter . . .
Every weekday at 10:06 a.m., I walk into my high school engineering class and take a seat among my peers. I spend the period learning the same material as my classmates . . .