On the precipice of their high school graduation, Lynbrook and East Rockaway’s valedictorians and salutatorians discussed their future plans with the Herald and reflected on their fondest high school memories.
A Lynbrook man who loved to “live in the moment” was killed on June 13 after he lost control of his motorcycle while swerving to avoid a turning vehicle on Route 111 in Alfred, Maine.
Atlantic Beach Mayor George Pappas has known fellow village resident Missy Miller for more than 25 years. He knows the grief Missy and her husband, Brandon, suffered when they lost a daughter, Melanie, and the ongoing challenge of caring for their son, Oliver, who suffered a stroke at birth, is blind and endures severe daily seizures.
As the shocking details of last Sunday’s mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Fla., emerged this week, local police and community organizations ramped …
The Nassau BOCES Board of Education appointed James Robinson as its new Associate Superintendent for Administrative Services on June 15, marking his departure from the East Rockaway School District after two years.
Lynbrook resident and Village Trustee Hilary Becker was named Person of the Year by the Lynbrook Moms’ and Dads’ Club at its annual Lynbrook High School Varsity seniors dinner on June 6 at Temple Avodah in Oceanside.
Lynbrook firefighters used the Jaws of Life to get an injured passenger out of their vehicle after a two-car crash on June 19 at the intersection of Merrick Road and Ocean Avenue in Lynbrook.
Don’t slam Dan To the Editor: Mayor Bruno Romano’s letter to the editor, “Positive growth in the village,” in last week’s Herald demonstrates how woefully out of touch he and his …
Grammy-winning musician and songwriter Danny Weinkauf, a Lynbrook native, is preparing to release his second solo album titled, “Red Pants Band,” in July, a smattering of rock, pop and jazz influences which he likened to “listening to your favorite radio station.”
New York lawmakers are pushing forward a bill in the last days of the legislative session that would require school districts to be more vigilant in testing drinking water for lead content. Recent tests of Valley Stream schools’ drinking water revealed traces of lead in Districts 13 and 24 and in the Valley Stream Central High School District, and were swiftly addressed, according to school officials, who see no problems with the pending legislation.
Things to do in Lynbrook/East Rockaway this week.