On June 21, the last day of the New York state legislative session, the State Assembly passed a bill to rename a section of the Southern State Parkway after Malvernite and New York City Police Det. Steven McDonald. The bill will now go to Governor Andrew Cuomo for review.
Thomas Daly, proprietor of the Malverne School of Self Defense, has many defining characteristics. “I’m told I have one of the oldest businesses by the same owner in Malverne,” Daly said before one of his classes last week. “I’m going on my 43rd year here.”
In 2014, when the bike path that runs along the Wantagh Parkway was extended to Tobay Beach, many hailed its arrival as a safe, scenic trail for anyone who wanted to walk, run, cycle or skateboard.
President Trump endorsed a proposal on June 5 to privatize air-traffic control, an action that was opposed by a number of those who have voiced their frustration over the plane noise plaguing Long Island.
Long Island Rail Road riders traveling to Hunterspoint Ave. or Atlantic Terminal will be entitled to a fare reduction averaging 25 percent during Amtrak’s repair work, the Metropolitan Transit Authority announced Tuesday. The fare reduction will take effect July 10, and will end when Amtrak’s repair work at Penn Station has been completed.
“I would not be the father, husband and educator I am today without his influence.”
After stating that the impact of plane noise on the health and environment is a top issue for the residents in his district, Assemblyman Brian Curran (Republican, Lynbrook) introduced legislation last week requiring the New York State Departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation to examine and report on the effects of air traffic from John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports.
Another year, another magnetic fashion show during pre-prom at Malverne High School.
A committee that polices student residency in districts 13, 24 and the Central High School district found that 54 non-residents were attending the schools this year.
Following a broad investigation into the operations of the MS-13 gang, Nassau County officials announced that 41 of its alleged members were indicted on June 15 for multiple acts of violence and conspiracy in Nassau County over the last four years.