Business
78 results total, viewing 1 - 10
Rolling River Day Camp directors want a new four-way stop sign. Jennifer Glatzer, the camp’s communications director, posted a change.org petition, “Help Rolling River Get Stop Signs on Ocean … more
The Long Island Rail Road has been marred with track work and delays over the past few months, but trains have been running on time since the 1970s across from the Lynbrook train station at Trainland. more
Amid murmurs throughout the Village of Lynbrook that the $21 million, state-of-the-art Regal movie theater under construction on Merrick Road, near Atlantic Avenue, will not open until 2018, Mayor Bill Hendrick expressed confidence that it would show films this holiday season. more
When hotel developer Lee Browning pulled out of the Marriott hotel project in Lynbrook on July 19, the decision upset many business owners, who say they thought the Marriott would have been great for their businesses and the village as a whole. more
Lynbrook resident Danny Weinkauf and the Red Pants Band will release their third album “Totally Osome!” on Aug. 11, a collection of songs that are intended to educate children, but can also be enjoyed by adults. more
About 35 local residents came to the Atria Lynbrook supportive living facility on July 18 for the second annual Chef Showdown. Brian Glennon, the director of culinary services for Atria, went head-to-head against retired FDNY firefighter Andrew Winges and his wife, Beth, in a cook-off with a corny catch — each recipe had to include corn as an ingredient. more
Just in time for summer fun, two new handicap accessible playgrounds opened in Greis Park on July 14. The new additions include a playground for toddlers and one for children between the ages of 5 and 12. more
Two days after Mayor Bill Hendrick announced that he had doubts about the lengthy process of building a Courtyard by Marriott hotel in downtown Lynbrook at a meeting of the village trustees on July 17, hotel developer Lee Browning sent Hendrick a letter expressing his desire to quit the project. more
On July 1, Ethel Liebeskind began her tenure as executive director for the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre. She took over for Helaine Ronen, who retired from the position last month. more
Doughology owners Chris and Jackie Stiansen never met NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia. They do not know her family or friends. But Chris spent 23 years as a detective in the NYPD, and the couple felt like they had lost someone close to them when Familia was shot and killed while on patrol in the Bronx on July 5. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 8 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.