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Malverne, West Hempstead fitness trainers adapt with virtual sessions

Among the myriad disruptions the coronavirus epidemic has inflicted on everyday life, the statewide closure of gyms has dealt a stinging blow to the fitness-minded. Stuck at home and following social …


Malverne students thank front-line heroes

Sixth graders at Howard T. Herber Middle School in the Malverne School District recently shared their gratitude for front-line workers. Loredonna Hennessy and Kimberly Hayes’ sixth-grade …


Malverne High School ranked among top schools

For the second consecutive year, Malverne High School has been ranked on the U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools list. “Very few schools on the list share our …

Is summer still on schedule?

Malverne's Camp Lourdes faces uncertain season even as pandemic wanes

June is usually full of excitement for children, with schools closing and summer camps starting at the end of the month. Next month may be different in not just one, but both ways, affecting the …

Mayor updates the Village of Malverne on coronavirus cases

Malverne Mayor Keith Corbett shared an update about the village’s coronavirus cases on April 21. As the Herald went to press on Monday, Malverne had 156 positive cases, according to Nassau …


Remembering our warriors’ sacrifices

We marked Memorial Day on Monday, honoring all those who died in military service to our nation. It was a holiday unlike past years . . .


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