When students at Rhame Avenue Elementary School return to class next month, a new face will be there to greet them: Dr. Ayesha McArthur, the school’s incoming principal.
Standing on a platform under the Long Island Rail Road trestle at Atlantic and Stauderman avenues, flanked by several business owners and elected officials, Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach decried a natural-gas moratorium that he said is hurting Lynbrook businesses.
Dr. Joseph Brofsky believed he would die. After being hit from behind by an eight-foot wave while vacationing in the Dominican Republic, he lay face-down in three feet of water, paralyzed.
A Nassau County Supreme Court judge ruled in favor of the county and its townships on July 26 in a dispute over the distribution of sales tax revenue to villages.
The Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, with its long history of drug, prostitution and assault arrests, is being sold to developer Anthony Bartone, according to Village of Lynbrook officials.
The East Rockaway Fire Department responded to two fires on the evening of Aug. 7 and early in the morning of Aug. 8, one at a home and the second at a business.
Dozens and dozens of children and teens from nursery school to 10th grade, focused intensely on drawing colorful and vibrant patterns on paper.
Lynbrook American Legion Post 335, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, has begun a recruitment drive to bring more veterans into the post.
It was a summer of fun and learning at the 31st annual South Shore Camps in East Rockaway, where hundreds of children and teenagers participated in two weeks worth of sports and activities under the summer sun.
The annual weeklong Lynbrook Future Stars summer basketball camp which ran from July 29 to Aug. 2
The Week Ahead
The East Rockaway Public Library hosts a fun-filled night for groups and families on Aug. 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The Lynbrook Public Library hosts a delicious evening where attendees can make waffles from batter, cook them and then place ice cream in the middle, on Aug. 19 at 7 p.m.
The East Rockaway Public Library hosts an event where children in first through fourth grade can read to a furry friend on Aug. 22 from 2 to 3 p.m.