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Dr. Timothy Lynch has been appointed as interim president of Queensborough Community College by CUNY Interim Chancellor Vita Rabinowitz, effective Sept. 1. Lynch will succeed Dr. Diane Call, who … more
JoAnna Gandolfo, a student from the Malverne Union Free School District, who is studying Early Childhood Education at Nassau BOCES Barry Tech, gained valuable work experience during her internship at … more
Dogs at the national nonprofit Canine Companions for Independence go above and beyond the call of duty. Declan Cunningham, of Malverne, and Cameron Bica, of West Hempstead, both 7-year-olds on the … more
Lifelong Malvernite George Scheer, a man recognized for his service to the community, died suddenly of unknown causes in his home on July 26. He was 47. Scheer was a firefighter with the Malverne … more
Rockin’ reelsCalling all movie lovers! Enjoy a special presentation on classic rock films at the West Hempstead Public Library on Monday, Aug. 13, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. This presentation by Clive … more
The NCPD reported the arrest of West Hempstead resident Karen Hernandez for driving while intoxicated in Uniondale on Aug. 3. at 11:05 p.m. According to police, Hernandez, 38, of 54 Morton … more
The Fifth Squad police reported the arrest of West Hempstead man Mario Mayorga for an assault that occurred on Aug. 4 at 2 a.m. According to police, Mayorga, 42, of Nassau Boulevard, was involved … more
State Assemblyman Brian Curran recently presented a check for a $2,500 grant he helped secure for the Malverne Little League. The league is using the grant money to purchase bats, balls, helmets and … more
Educators from the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences started to gather in Cold Spring Harbor in 1890 to conduct marine biology studies and hold classes over the summer, living in cottages and … more
Part seven in an ongoing series. Sixteen-year-old Taylor Yon found comfort in Pine Trails Park, virtually in the center of Parkland, Fla. There, she and her friends wandered its sidewalks, past its familiar playgrounds, ball fields and band shell, and lit candles for the dead. Afterward, they sat on towels on the ground and talked for hours, struggling to put into words, to understand, the massacre perpetrated by a one-time student of their school, whom the Herald is not identifying. more
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