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Being a mother is a full-time job — and once a year, everyone takes a little extra time to say thank you. In celebration of Mother’s Day, the Girl Scouts of West Hempstead and Franklin … more
The Malverne and West Hempstead school districts are gearing up for their budget and Board of Education votes next Tuesday. The spending plans for the 2024-25 school year are the first to grapple … more
The West Hempstead school district is preparing for the upcoming Board of Education election next Tuesday, May 21. Two seats are contested — incumbents Kurt Rockensies, the vice president of … more
The Center for Science, Teaching and Learning turns its exhibits into a Medieval times attraction. more
After 21 years with Malverne Schools, Maurice W. Downing Primary School principal Edward Tallon is retiring at the end of this school year. Mr. Tallon joined the Malverne family in 2003 as the … more
Last week, we were treated (or subjected, in one instance) to two presidential events unfolding simultaneously in different places. As the day progressed, I understood that if we see and hear nothing else during the campaign, we will realize, as sentient beings and patriots, that only one man deserves the honor of serving as our president. Only one man is intellectually and temperamentally fit for the job. more
Now that the Ukrainian military aid bill has been passed, we have an opportunity to assess the developing conflict and offer suggestions. more
The looming possibility of natural disasters — such as hurricanes and other severe storms — poses a significant, and ongoing, threat to Long Island, and particularly for those living in more vulnerable coastal communities, like Long Beach and Freeport, which are most susceptible to damage caused by high winds and surging floodwaters. more
New York’s budget-making is a lot like taking one step forward and then one step backward: In the end, we haven’t gone anywhere. more
Rather than admit that what they’ve done isn’t working — as evidenced by the fact that New York state has the highest population loss, the second-highest taxes and the second-worst business climate of any state in the county, according to Forbes magazine — Gov. Kathy Hochul and the New York City politicians who control the State Legislature are doubling down on their bad bets in the new state budget more
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