Malverne resident shares a piece of Jones Beach’s history

Malvernite Ed Hawkins, 84, who has lived in the village for over 40 years, has several boxes filled with DVDs, videos and 16-mm film versions of home movies — which were originally shot on 8-mm — …

Crime watch

Welcome signs stolen throughout Malverne

Welcome signs throughout the Village of Malverne were stolen in the past few weeks. The sign at Dogwood and Cornwell Avenue was the most recent to be stolen. One of the village’s welcome signs …

Neighbors

Malverne teens, adults hold second Midnight Run in 2019

Teens and adults from Our Lady of Lourdes Youth Ministry teamed up as they traveled to Manhattan for a Midnight Run on Aug. 1. The goal of Midnight Run is to forge a bond between housed and homeless …

Malverne firefighters, Atria chef bring the heat in cooking contest

Temperatures soared, grills roared and taste buds adored at Atria Senior Living in Lynbrook on July 18 when resident chef Natalia Acosta went head to head with Malverne firefighting couple Deborah …

Obituary

Former County Executive Tom Gulotta dies at 75

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Gulotta, of North Merrick, died on Sunday, Aug. 4. He was 75. Gulotta, a Republican, served as the county executive from 1987 to 2001.

The Week Ahead

Nearby things to do this week in Malverne, West Hempstead

Zumba at the library Party, sweat and get fit with Zumba instructor Donette Longmore-Levy at the Lakeview Public Library on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. It’s a good workout for …

Editorial

We need to respect law enforcement

Imagine going to work and attempting to do your job while a group of loudmouths scream at you and douse you with buckets of water. For some police officers in New York City over the past month, that was their reality.

Randi Kreiss

Aunt Ada’s notes from Paris, August 1945

I never knew why my husband’s Aunt Ada went into the Army during World War II, but my hunch is that the family thought it might tame her wild ways.