Malverne High School is one of the schools profiled in a recently published book showcasing institutions that are thriving with large populations of students of color.
Any dog owner can attest to the companionship and happiness a pet can add to a life. But the benefits for Malvernite Terence McKenna, 14, have been life-changing, his family says.
An audit that examined the responsiveness of 195 New York state municipalities and agencies to requests for information under the Freedom of Information Law revealed that nearly two-thirds did not respond before the deadlines set by the law.
Where in Malverne can you get 12 percent annual interest on your money without investing in the stock market? The answer is on Church Street.
Malverne resident Linda Baldacchino, known locally for her extensive work helping the elderly and disadvantaged through Our Lady of Lourdes Church’s Youth Group, was presented with the Town of Hempstead’s Pathfinder award in the Humanitarian category on March 7.
This month will bring a whirlwind of bittersweet occasions for Village of Malverne Mayor Patti Ann McDonald. McDonald will, for the first time, be the grand marshal of the Rockville Centre parade to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day — one of her favorite holidays — on March 25. At the same time, March is also her birth month, as well as that of her late husband, New York Police Department Detective Steven McDonald, who died two months ago after suffering a heart attack.
With the spring months within grasp, talk is already starting to surface about the many scheduled events on Long Island to raise funds to help combat a myriad of good causes: the Relay for Life and Strides Against Breast Cancer, to name a few.
Carmen Tierno, a senior director of New Jersey American Water’s southwest district operations was named president of New York American Water effective March 1. Tierno replaces Brian Bruce, who has been named president of West Virginia American Water. He is the third president the water company has had in the past three years.
For years, Malverne’s business organization was known as the Malverne Merchants and Professional Association. That moniker, however, is now part of village history. The group, now called the Malverne Chamber of Commerce, has a new logo, a new look, and a soon-to-debut new website — all designed by Malvernite and chamber board member, Maria Casini through her company, Visual Fuel Design.
Though restrained twice by a federal district court, President Trump’s executive order barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. has had at least one unexpected effect: a rise in the awareness and advocacy efforts of interfaith organizations on Long Island.
Malverne High School’s Drama Club will be performing “Legally Blonde: The Musical” from March 1, 3-4 in the Howard T. Herber Middle School auditorium.
Adult Digital Flight School Seven Wednesdays; March 22–May 3, from 6–8:30pm $425 $395 Members Amaze your friends and family as you take control of the Hayden …