South Shore Record
Malverne educator named Master Teacher
Malverne's master teacher Charles Vessalico, right, celebrated a recent victory with his Mechanical Mules Robotics Team after qualifying for the quarter finals at this year's FIRST robotics regional competition.
Curran Announces Road Repair Funds for Nassau, Hempstead Town and Villages
Assemblyman Brian Curran today announced that nearly $1 million in road repair funds will be allocated to the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County.
Open House Sat. April 19th 1-3 in Malverne
Open House Sat. April 19th 1-3! Please feel free to share! You can also call to make an appointment to come see the house other then the open house.
Malverne schools plan to cut time devoted to business classes
The NAACP is challenging Malverne School District's plans to cut classroom time of business teachers, saying with many college students pursuing careers in business and finance, they need to get a start on those classes in high school.
Malverne firefighter Robert Gerbino charged in hunting trip shooting...
A Malverne firefighter has been charged in the shooting death of a fellow firefighter during a hunting trip upstate last fall.
Upstate DA: Garden City man indicted in hunting accident that killed...
Charles Bruce, 52, who was killed in a hunting accident in upstate New York, was a member of the Malverne Fire Department.
NCPD: House Fire in Valley Stream
April 2, 2014 - The Fourth Precinct reports the details of a fire that occurred in Valley Stream on Wednesday, April 02, 2014 at 6:20 am.
Lynbrook teacher surprised with 'Happy' hall of fame news
Marguerite Izzo, a fifth-grade teacher at Davison Avenue Intermediate School in Lynbrook, was surprised by teachers and students with news that she was selected for induction into the National Teachers Hall of Fame on Friday, March 28, 2014.
Dumpster Fire Erupts Near Herber School
A dumpster fire erupted near Herber Middle School Thursday evening and prompted a shutdown of Ocean Avenue.
Curran: Aircraft Noise Roundtable Schedule Should be Expedited
Assemblyman Brian Curran this morning expressed his concern over Governor Andrew Cuomo's announcement to have aviation community roundtable discussions about the noise pollution from New York City airports John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia International Airports at panels that have not yet been announced.