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Van explosion on Norwood Avenue in Malverne

Malverne firefighters responded to a working van fire on June 24 on Norwood Avenue at the corner of Cornwell Avenue. Firefighters arrived at Norwood Avenue shortly after the alarm was sounded at …


Students surprised with frozen treats in Malverne

Davison Avenue Intermediate School fifth grade students received a surprise treat from volunteer firefighter Tommy Montemarano, who brought his Mini 3 Ice Cream Truck to the school during the fifth …

Retirees honored for years of service in Malverne schools

Two longtime teachers in the Malverne School District and a Board of Education trustee were honored at the board’s June 8 meeting for their years of service. Teachers Barbara Kimball and …


Juneteenth Jubilee celebration at Malverne High School

People of all ages enjoyed an afternoon of music, family, jubilation and inspiration at Malverne High School’s football field during the Malverne School District’s Juneteenth Jubilee …

A new ‘lead shepherd'

The Rev. Humberto Chavez to guide The Bridge Church in Malverne

The Rev. Humberto Chavez, of the Bridge Church in Malverne, said he enjoys watching people advance in their lives and careers. A member of The Bridge Church for the past eight years who led the …


The time is right for offshore wind

Plans to construct a wind farm in the ocean 15 miles south of Jones Beach will undoubtedly be met with opposition. The Long Island Commercial Fishing Association has already weighed in against the project . . .


Let’s keep our eyes on the skies

Any forward movement in aviation, or in space exploration, is usually greeted by cheers. As should be the case. But often, first come the skeptics who ask whether it was worth it all.