Malverne Civic Association shares goals, initiatives for 2020

The Malverne Civic Association’s ongoing goal — to enhance the quality of life in the village — was met in 2019 through its events, and the group hopes to continue that mission in …


Lynbrook man pleads guilty to 2016 attack that killed Long Beach woman

A Lynbrook man pleaded guilty on Dec. 20 to murder and other charges relating to a 2016 attack on his girlfriend’s mother, Theresa Kiel, which led to her death in 2018.

Another strong start for Malverne

The Malverne boys’ basketball team is back in familiar territory. The Mules’ 71-61 win at Cold Spring Harbor on Dec. 19 pushed their record to 4-1 for the third straight season and are again a contender for the Conference BC crown despite losing several impact players from last season’s 18-win team to graduation.

A safe space for autistic children

‘Sensory room’ is up and running at Maurice W. Downing Primary School

Students with special needs at Malverne’s Maurice W. Downing Primary School have a new way to develop their learning skills. The school, which houses students from kindergarten to second grade, …

Fast track on Malverne’s roads

Driving through the Village of Malverne has been a rocky experience for drivers in recent years. Malverne Mayor Keith Corbett has likened some of the damaged roads to the mountainous terrain of …

The Week Ahead

Nearby things to do this week in Malverne, West Hempstead

Oscar-themed jams in W. Hempstead The West Hempstead Public Library will feature a special Oscar-themed musical performance on Sunday, Jan. 26, from 2 to 3:15 p.m. With the Oscars fast …

Randi Kreiss

What’s a royal to do in the 21st century?

The queen doesn’t need a passport or a driver’s license because she’s the queen, and she gets transported anyplace she wants to go. Just a little click of those thick-heeled black shoes and off she goes, with her Corgis in tow.