Ron James, longtime Malverne High School football coach, dies at 65

Throughout the 25 years he spent as head coach of Malverne High School’s varsity football team, Ron James helped establish the program’s focus on developing well-rounded student-athletes. Whether …

Citizens honored at American Legion Post 44's annual Law & Order Night in Malverne

Honoring the community’s finest, Malverne American Legion Post 44 held its annual Law & Order Night on Feb. 27. Families and local elected leaders gathered at Legion Hall as Post 44 recognized …

Malverne Fire Department chief saves person in Valley Stream deli fire

Police reported the outbreak of a fire early Sunday morning at a corner deli on West Merrick Road in Valley Stream that left the shop completely gutted. Officers reportedly received a call at …

A rocky commute in Malverne

The Malverne village board started a five-year plan to improve roads in 2013, but utility projects have delayed the work. Last year, National Grid upgraded the natural gas system in the village, and …

Malverne rally falls short of crown

D.J. Gaston did everything he could to help Malverne return to the Long Island Class B championship game. But in the end, the Mules fell a little short against their conference rival.


County must shed ‘most segregated’ label

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts, writing in Shelby County, Ala. v. Holder in 2013, opined that the nation had made such strides in overcoming racism since the passage of landmark civil rights legislation in the 1960s . . .

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead in Malverne, West Hempstead

Play and explore Enjoy some quiet time with your child in the children’s room at the West Hempstead Public Library on Thursday, March 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. Children are free to roll, crawl and …

Randi Kreiss

How well do you think you know your kids?

The operative word above is “think,” because no parent can ever know his or her child, especially during the firestorm known as adolescence.