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Many business owners near Merrick Road in Lynbrook have complained about power outages in the area that were caused by the Verizon services communication building on Washington Avenue. more
Lynbrook residents and commuters now have the option to pay for parking with their phones at the more than 600 meters in the village by using the PayByPhone application. more
Anthony Garaci and Thomas Garrett wanted to start a business in Lynbrook, where they grew up. So, almost three years ago Garaci and his business partner, Tom McNicholas, opened Craft Kitchen and Tap House on Stauderman Avenue. more
After retiring into executive session ‘to obtain legal advice,” the Rockville Centre Planning Board unanimously voted on Oct. 23 to close the hearing related specifically to the State Environmental Quality Review Act process for a proposed subdivision at 220 Hempstead Ave. more
Six years after Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice announced legislation on Tuesday that would protect storm victims who receive federal disaster relief funds from having to repay benefits that … more
Dinner service at Maldon & Mignonette started early Sunday night. The new restaurant, which replaced The Crispy Pig in Sea Cliff, teemed with life 10 minutes before opening. Upstairs in the kitchen, … more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
Standing three stories tall on the main stretch of Rockaway Avenue in Valley Stream, the gray, neoclassical façade of what is now the Chase Bank in Valley Stream has been a village fixture for 90 … more
Although professional boxer “Irish” Seanie Monaghan hasn’t fought in a year, he’s been keeping busy in the ring and training regularly for what he described as the most important fight of his … more
The Board of Education is set to hold a public hearing on a revised version of the district’s Code of Conduct at the next board meeting on Nov. 8. “We have been working on this for several … more
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