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On May 17, School District 12 residents will choose among three candidates seeking a seat on the Malverne school board. more
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
According to information received from the Nassau County Police Department, nearly three-quarters of a million dollars has been sliced out of the county’s budget for school crossing guards since 2010. more
A half-dozen Nassau County environmental and civic activists, most from Merrick, came to Bethpage Community Park on April 21 –– the day before Earth Day –– to call on the state to accelerate efforts to clean up a massive chemical plume that has crept for more than seven decades from Bethpage toward South Oyster Bay. more
The Malverne school district announced the adoption of its 2016-17 budget last week, totaling just over $54.5 million. It includes a tax levy increase of $340,000, or less than a one percent increase, the smallest, percentage-wise, in 15 years, and well below state’s tax cap. more
A two-vehicle accident at 3:41 a.m. last Sunday on the Southern State Parkway left an Oceanside man dead and injured several others when an SUV rear-ended another vehicle, causing it to veer into trees and a utility pole, New York State Police said. more
In the race to fill former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos’s seat after he was convicted on corruption charges in December, both state Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach) and Chris McGrath (R-Hewlett) have come out swinging in the weeks leading up to the special election on April 19. 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
Lauren Asselta of Malverne had just started her freshman year at Hofstra University when she noticed a display table for the Adopt A Dream program at a university event. “The group had a scrapbook of some of their dreamers on their display table, and it made me really want to be part of it,” she said. 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
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