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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Since the Nassau Ave. home was seriously damaged by an electrical fire while National Grid contractors were installing new high pressure gas service, several Malverne residents have spoken to the Herald about several potentially dangerous situations they’ve experienced during the installation of a new gas main or the utility’s automatic meter readers throughout the village. more
The Bellmore Movies once again hosted the Long Island International Film Expo, which presented a wide array of movies, from horror to comedy and mystery, by a variety of filmmakers, some local and some international. For the 18th year, the expo gave filmmakers an intimate opportunity to share their work with industry executives and movie-goers alike. more
There’s a large, handwritten “For Rent” sign in the side window of the Malverne General Store, and it looks like the business may be closing for good. more
Several recently released studies show there doesn’t seem to be a slowdown in the country’s interest in gun ownership. more
American Water announced in a press release last week that Brian Bruce has been appointed president of New York American Water. more
After five years in which Nassau County has not reassessed property values, the county is moving toward refiguring all Nassau properties’ worth for 2019-20. The eventual reassessment could lead to higher property-tax bills for some residents, according to one expert. more
Bob Oliva was recently made chief of the Malverne Police Reserve, which was founded in 1958 to act as additional eyes and ears for the Malverne Police Department. more
News of Malverne’s Summer Rec sign-up had evidently reached all the right ears more
We daresay there isn’t a more ignored piece of land in Malverne than the concrete triangle that sits at the intersection of Hempstead and Ocean avenues. more
Rumors have been circulating for the past two months that Malverne Mayor Patricia McDonald has been urged to run for higher office — Town of Hempstead supervisor, the town council or the Nassau County Legislature’s 6th District seat. McDonald, who has confirmed to the Herald that the rumors are true, has not said whether she would run for any of these positions, all of which are up for election in November. more
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