‘Rigorous’ yet rewarding

In an effort to develop a curriculum based on the College Board’s standards, the Malverne Union Free School District has introduced Springboard, a Math and ELA instructional program that is …

Residents, state officials react to tax reform

The House of Representatives’ tax-reform bill passed by a 227-to-205 vote on Nov. 16, paving the way for high-tax suburban regions like Long Island to be hit hard by tax increases while much of the …

Representing the ‘pride of Malverne’

More than 50 high schools took part at the 44th annual New York State Field Band Conference championships on Oct. 29. In its second year of competing in Small School Class Division 1, the highest …

A lifetime of memories

If you thanked 96-year-old World War II veteran Arthur Bonne for his service, he would say, “Don’t thank me, thank the guys who never got to come home.” Nevertheless, residents celebrated Bonne …

Students pledge to take a stand for bullied teen

“If you see something, say something,” said Terri Leno, a member of the Parents Club at St. Thomas the Apostle School in West Hempstead. This was the message Leno promoted in her speech at …