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After months of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Malverne Cinema will be allowed to reopen on Friday, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo announced last Saturday that movie … more
For Angela Lin, a former student at Grace Lutheran School in Malverne, pictures really are worth a thousand words. When the school went into lockdown in March, Angela, 5, was searching for ways to … more
When the Rev. James Stachacz was named Our Lady of Lourdes Church’s pastor in June, he was unsure of what to expect from his new parishioners. His predecessor, the Rev. Michael Duffy, told … more
With many businesses are still coping with the adverse effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the Malverne Chamber of Commerce has sought to find creative ways to support merchants in the village. The … more
With new health and safety protocols in place, students and teachers in Malverne and West Hempstead are still adjusting to virtual and distanced learning. One month into the new school year, district … more
Malvernite and Nassau Land Trust Chairman Rick White said that volunteers at Crossroads Farm, in Malverne, were just as anxious as other residents when the coronavirus lockdown went into effect in … more
With school looking a bit different this year, teachers and administrators from the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County in West Hempstead took part in a training program to better address the social and … more
The West Hempstead School District welcomed students back to all five of their schools for the 2020-21 school year on Sept. 3. District Superintendent Dan Rehman and Assistant Superintendents Dina … more
Schools Superintendent Dr. Lorna Lewis announced on Monday in a letter to parents that the district had to close Malverne High School for the day. Lewis said the district saw a high number of … more
Nassau County high school student-athletes will have to wait until the new year to compete in sports. At an emergency meeting on Aug. 26, a committee of county school superintendents voted to … more
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