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East Rockaway residents are offering mixed reviews after plans were announced to build an apartment complex in Oceanside, on an undeveloped plot of land next to the East Rockaway train station. Several people said they worried about the traffic it might cause. more
The City Council voted unanimously on Sept. 4 to establish a new registry to identify, track and clean up abandoned properties in Long Beach, often referred to as “zombie homes.” The city said … more
East Rockaway is set for three days of patriotism as the village’s annual Stars & Stripes Festival returns to the waterfront near Main and Front streets from Thursday through Saturday. more
After several months of negotiations among local elected officials and Long Island Rail Road representatives, the Lynbrook train station is set to undergo a $17.9 million renovation, which commuters and officials say is long overdue. more
People parking in Lynbrook will soon have the option to pay for parking via smart phone app PayByPhone instead of using quarters to pay for meters in the village. more
Though there were a lot of rainstorms this summer, the businesses on the newly dubbed “quarter mile” in East Rockaway stayed plenty busy, and two of the three waterfront establishments have plans to stay open year-round. more
Nettie Knobel is like so many young people. She drives herself to her part-time job at the Puppy Park pet store on Main Street in East Rockaway, where she works seven days a week, from noon to 4 p.m. Afterward, she usually plays computer games, reads on her Kindle, checks her Facebook page or fiddles on her iPhone. more
The Lynbrook Mayor's Golf Outing raised $12,500 for ailing Lynbrook Police Sgt. Ronald Fleury and another $2,500 for the Lynbrook Community Chest. more
Baldwinite Danielle Cittadino thought she was buying her golden retriever, Max, from Shake A Paw in Lynbrook, she said. As it turned out, she later learned, she was leasing him. Now a bill on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk could make the practice of leasing pets illegal. more
When students in Valley Stream Union Free School District 13 return to school this year, they will see some upgrades to their facilities as the district finishes up the second phase of its bond work more
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