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For the past two years, Leonard Albert, 74, and his wife, Therese, had been noticing a pattern. The couple, Malverne residents for over 40 years, had been developing a skin rash — red skin accompanied by bumps on their legs, backs, chests, feet and elsewhere. more
On April 19, voters in the 9th Senate District will decide who will replace Sen. Dean Skelos, the disgraced majority leader, and, potentially, which party will control the State Senate. As readers have no doubt noticed . . . more
At the beginning of the year, County Legislator Siela Bynoe was getting a handful of complaints from Lakeview residents about discolored water. So she started going to different community meetings and asking people if they were having the same problem. “Residents would ask me, ‘How did you know?’” Bynoe recounted. “They thought it was an internal issue within their own home.” more
Not many people go into a dental appointment thinking it is going to change the course of their life. more
Nearly 10,000 people packed into Stage 3 at Grumman Studios in Bethpage on Wednesday night to hear Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. The real estate mogul began a raucous speech by … more
Many Malverne residents have noticed a considerable increase in the amount of plane noise recently, leaving many to wonder whether it will ever end. The short answer: Who knows? more
Former president and potential first gentleman Bill Clinton will be speaking in Elmont on Tuesday in hopes of gaining support for his wife Hillary’s nomination before the April 19 presidential … more
A deal has been struck leasing Nassau OTB’s 1,000 video lottery terminals to Resorts World Casino at Aqueduct racetrack in exchange for annual payments totally $43 million over the first three … more
After being in the village for less than three years, the Malverne General Store was scheduled to close for good during the week of March 27, according to a store clerk who did not want to be identified. more
After a Malverne Architectural Review Board “special exception” meeting that lasted over two hours last week, the village told New York American Water executives that they needed to provide more, detailed information about the water filtration plant they are proposing before the board could make any decision on going forward with the plant. The company is seeking village approval to build a plant on property it owns on Cornwell Avenue in the middle of a residential neighborhood. more
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