Malverne FIRST robotics club is a well-oiled machine

They spend months building and programming a robot from scratch. They put their creation in a closed arena filled with enemy machines. And then it’s a robot fight to the death. No, it’s …

PHOTOS! Halls Pond cleanup was a 'walk in the park'

Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home — it’s for your community too. Neighbors across West Hempstead came together to give Halls Pond Park some much-deserved extra love. The …

Downing Principal Edward Tallon is retiring after 21 years

After 21 years with Malverne Schools, Maurice W. Downing Primary School principal Edward Tallon is retiring at the end of this school year. Mr. Tallon joined the Malverne family in 2003 as the …

PHOTOS! Crossroads Farm kicks off 2024 growing season

Crossroad’s Farm is just one of those things that makes Malverne Malverne. People came from all over the Nassau this past Saturday, April 29, to celebrate the first day of the growing season.

Studying the arts, courtesy of Billy Joel

Students who have a passion for music have an opportunity to take their skills to the next level this summer at Boces’ Long Island High School for the Arts, or LIHSA for short. On top of that, students whose applications really impress may even get in for free.


Finding our side of paradise

As a member of Gen Z, I know as well as anyone how the world views people my age.


The state budget: lots of dollars, little sense

Nearly three weeks late, the $237 billion state budget presents a mix of positives and negatives. While it’s easy to find initiatives to support in such a large spending plan, inexplicably, there are areas where it falls short.


Celebrating N.Y.’s investment in local journalism

Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state legislature delivered a beacon of hope for our communities by including in the state budget a groundbreaking initiative to support local news organizations in the form of a tax credit.


We must secure our borders, reform immigration now

The Senate's promising bipartisan border deal was dismissed as "disastrous."