A formerly vibrant, bustling hot spot — the East Rockaway Yacht Club — stands closed, locked and dormant after a June decision by its operators not to continue its lease with the Town of Hempstead.
A State Supreme Court justice has ruled against a Lynbrook couple who are facing murder charges and who had sought to suppress statements they made while under arrest. They were set to return to court Thursday.
A Brooklyn federal court jury on Tuesday convicted a Merrick woman who headed a nonprofit for the disabled in Lynbrook for embezzling nearly $1 million from the organization to renovate her home and to fund vacations and cosmetic surgeries.
As they sat in their caps and gowns at their commencements last week, surrounded by their peers, family, friends, teachers and school administrators, class of 2019 graduates in Lynbrook and East Rockaway reflected on their pasts and looked ahead to their futures after graduation.
A National Grid moratorium on new applications for natural-gas service is hindering several new businesses from opening in Lynbrook, according to officials.
East Rockaway School District officials are reviewing candidates to take over as principal of Rhame Avenue Elementary School after Erik Walter left the position to accept a job in Rockville Centre.
An East Rockaway resident was arrested on June 30 and charged with making purchases with a debit card that she allegedly stole at Lakeside Elementary School in Merrick, where she works as a teacher. …
Libraries in Merrick and Bellmore are joining a countywide effort to spice up the summer by inviting residents to participate in the 2019 Nassau Library Tour challenge. All but two of the county’s 54 libraries will participate in a special kind of scavenger hunt.
Three couples renewed their vows at the Bristal Assisted Living facility on June 26, as violinist Susan Mitchell played love songs. As part of the ceremony, Rabbi Susan Elkodsi, of the Malverne …
The landscape of professional lacrosse has changed, but the goal for the rebuilt New York Lizards remains the same — compete for the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) championship.
The Week Ahead
Students entering sixth through 12th grade can answer simple questions at the Lynbrook Public Library on July 11 at 7 p.m.
Children ages 5 and up can practice their coding, make a robot and play with kinetic sand at the Lynbrook Public Library on July 12 at 2 p.m., and again at 3 p.m.
Children in kindergarten through third grade can learn about the weather at the East Rockaway Public Library on July 15 at 3 p.m.
On the morning of June 5, employees with Lynbrook’s Department of Public Works were tree-trimming on Blossom Heath when they saw black smoke billowing from the rear area of a house and detached garage on the corner of Blossom Heath and Sherman Street
Here is the latest arrest report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.