Lindner Place to be renamed ‘Acorn Way’

The years-long controversy over the name of Malverne’s Lindner Place is nearing an end, as the village board announced on Sept. 7 that the street would be renamed Acorn Way. The name began …

West Hempstead and Malverne head back to school

Summer has come to a close for students in West Hempstead and Malverne as they returned to school on Sept. 1 and Sept. 6, respectively. Students in West Hempstead were greeted by sunshine of the …

Malverne continues gold tree tradition

For the third year in a row, the fountain outside Malverne’s LIRR station was the site of a ceremony calling attention to childhood cancer in memory of a Rockville Centre girl. Highlighting …

West Hempstead scout pays tribute to historic ball team

Alex Menachery’s years-long journey to Eagle Scout is finally nearing its conclusion: The 18-year-old West Hempstead resident has been officially approved for scouting’s top rank, a year …

Accomplished missionary John Wymes is dead at 94

The Rev. John F. Wymes, a Catholic priest who was deeply involved in West Hempstead and Malverne during his lengthy career as clergyman, died on Aug. 19. He was 94. The Maryknoll Society, a …

Op-Ed

A history of King Charles not worth repeating

Oddly enough, however, my family has a connection to the throne — that is, if longstanding legend is to be believed.

Recalling 9/11, 21 years later

Twenty-one years may have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, the day America was attacked by hijacked jetliners that slammed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, but Al Fuentes is among …

Randi Kreiss

Work for Donald Trump, wind up in handcuffs

Is that the scent of autumn apples in the air? No, I believe that’s the smell of subpoenas, dozens of subpoenas served in recent weeks to Trump employees, former employees . . .

Jerry Kremer

The dilemma of choosing a college

This is a busy time of year for families. Getting the children back to school and focused on homework is a big challenge for any parent. And there’s another group of parents . . .

Op-Ed

Who and what would Trump run against in 2024?

The likelihood that former President Donald Trump will run again in 2024 seems to increase by the day. Unless the Mar-a-Lago raid turns up something that leads to a criminal indictment . . .