Election 2019

William Gaylor elected to third term as District 6 legislator

Incumbent 6th District Legislator William Gaylor, a Republican from Lynbrook, defeated his challenger, Laura Burns, on Tuesday night. At press time on Tuesday at midnight, Gaylor tallied 7,936 votes, …

Malverne resident honored by the Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce

Malvernite Elizabeth Krull was among 36 small-business owners to be honored at this year’s Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast on Oct. …

Neighbors

Halloween festivities in Malverne

Children of all ages, accompanied by their parents, dressed up in their Halloween costumes during the Malverne Youth Board’s annual Raggamuffin Parade last Saturday. From comic book and video …

Schools

Health expert shares flu-prevention tips with Malverne students

Students at Maurice W. Downing Primary School in Malverne got a visit from members of NYU Winthrop Hospital to discuss flu prevention on Oct. 18. Dr. Ranekka Dean, director of infection prevention at …

Obituary

Malverne’s fearless trustee dies at 77

Marguerite “Peg” O’Connor’s 30-plus years as a Malverne Board of Education trustee — 10 as president — ended when she “retired” last year. O’Connor said she had joined the board for …

The Week Ahead

Nearby things to do this week in Malverne, West Hempstead

Drop-in November craft The Malverne Public Library will host a drop-in Thanksgiving craft throughout the month starting on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. No registration is required, but …

Editorial

Shop locally to preserve our downtowns

The Nassau County Council of Chambers of Commerce hosted its 35th annual Businessperson of the Year and Legislative Breakfast on Oct. 18, and 36 small-business owners were recognized for the contributions they make to their communities.

Jerry Kremer

Show us the money

When government officials promote their programs, they attach a cost to them, and in many cases the numbers and the claims don’t add up. We call it fuzzy math.