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The Malverne community is rallying around longtime varsity football coach Kito Lockwood, who was arrested on June 13 and arraigned Sept. 13 in Nassau County Court on six weapons charges. A … more
The West Hempstead Historical Society held a ceremony dedicating a new bench to Helen Duryea in honor of her decades of service in giving back to her community. Like Duryea herself, the bench … more
While the setting sun painted the sky orange at Crossroads Farm at Grossmans, the Chamber of Commerce planned for another successful autumn for Malverne. Owners of all different businesses — … more
A sweeping drug trafficking operation across Long Island’s South Shore was disrupted after a nine-month investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency and Nassau County District Attorney’s … more
The Lakeview Public Library held a Hispanic Heritage Month Fiesta Sept. 14 featuring music, games, food, crafts, and more. As part of its ongoing community outreach programming, the library held … more
A tropical storm is disrupting homecoming. The Malverne High School homecoming football game is still planned for Saturday, Sept. 23, however, homecoming events have been postponed due to the … more
It’s been 22 years since our world changed forever when our nation was attacked. But for so many like Susan Hutchins, it still feels like Sept. 11, 2001 — the day she lost her son, West Hempstead’s Kevin Nathaniel Colbert, in the South Tower of the World Trade Center. more
Once a dilapidated eyesore for the West Hempstead community, the National Wholesale Liquidators’ property is officially being renovated into a luxury apartment complex. An air of celebration … more
The Capri Motor Inn has officially been declared a public nuisance by the Town of Hempstead. The motel will be shut down for one year — the longest the law allows. “A public … more
Got the itch to act? Want to become a star of stage and screen, but aren’t quite sure where to start? The Lakeview Public Library will host an Open Mic Night on Oct. 19, at 6 p.m., for … more
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