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Many of Frank Hall’s experiences over the past 11 years are a blur. He spent many nights binge drinking, a habit that began when he was a student at Lynbrook High School and grew worse in his late 20s. It led to myriad blackouts, severe depression, hundreds upon hundreds of dollars spent on booze, and alcohol-fueled arguments with his family and friends. more
Local writer and director John J. Budion’s coming-of-age film “Rockaway” is set to make its Florida premiere at the Sunscreen Film Festival on April 28. more
For the past decade, the former Mangrove Feather factory has stood dormant at the corner of Broadway and Saperstein Place. Once a bustling site for businesses, it is now viewed by residents and village officials as an eyesore and a waste of space. more
Dr. Marguerite McDonald knew that she was a part of history. There she was, an ophthalmologist in her 30s, preparing to conduct the first laser eye surgery on a human. more
A deal between county officials and PSEG Long Island to provide power to the Bay Park Water Reclamation Facility has yet to be approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which could delay a plan to reroute treated effluent from the plant to the Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant. more
The East Rockaway Public Library will be hosting a book sale from April 7 through 12. more
Lynbrook village officials are hoping the new Regal movie theater, under construction on Merrick Road, will open as scheduled on April 24, despite a Nassau County fire marshal’s recent discovery of problems with the building’s standpipe system. more
In recognition of their leadership, community involvement and generosity, two Long Island real estate executives, Matthew Whalen and Joel Schneider, have been named co-honorees of South Nassau … more
The state attorney general’s office is investigating Shake A Paw stores in Lynbrook and Hicksville after receiving nearly 30 complaints from customers across Long Island who said they were sold sick puppies. more
In an effort to make paying for parking easier, Lynbrook officials unanimously voted on March 5 to approve bringing the phone app PayByPhone into the village. more
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