Onix Salva's Speed Island off to a running start

You come back, and you help at home. That’s what Onix Salva learned from his coaches when he was an athlete at Malverne High School and that’s exactly what he’s doing today. …

Elizabeth Krull is new co president of Chamber of Commerce

An intimate, celebratory dinner at Uva Rossa marked a new year for the Malverne Chamber of Commerce. And the board is ringing in 2024 with a new co-president: Elizabeth Krull. “Here in …

Malverne firefighters rescue mother a two kids after overturn

A mother and two children suffered minor injuries after the sport utility vehicle they were in overturned after it struck a tree on Cornwell Avenue in Malverne on Feb. 5, Malverne firefighters said.

Former Malverne Fire Department treasurer Richard Bopp charged with corruption

The former treasurer of the Malverne Fire Department, Richard Bopp, has been arrested and charged with corruption.

NYU Langone unveils $170 million facility

NYU Langone designed its new facility with a goal in mind: creating a one-stop destination for patients’ medical needs. The hospital, which has 32 specialties under one roof, makes the days of …

COLUMNIST

I’ll never forget Bob Beckwith

Long Island lost an American icon with the passing of Baldwin resident Bob Beckwith last week. The image of Beckwith standing with President George W. Bush amid the ruins of the World Trade Center days after the Sept. 11 attacks will forever personify America’s unyielding courage and quiet determination in the face of horrific tragedy and massive challenge.

COLUMNIST

Stop playing petty political games with county resources

For Nassau County, 2024 is a year of new beginnings — a fact that is evidenced by the ascension of two new legislative caucus leaders and five new legislators. I was looking forward to a fresh start and greater bipartisan cooperation as we confront the county’s most important issues.

EDITORIAL

Saying goodbye to a true American hero

“When the terrorists attacked, Bob suited up. And, like so many brave first responders, raced toward the danger to save and search for others.”

COLUMNIST

Investing in clean water for a healthier Long Island

With rising fears of contaminated drinking water for residents across Long Island, I am disappointed by Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposal to cut $250 million from the Clean Water Infrastructure Act. …