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Noah Rubin, the 21-year-old pro tennis player from Merrick, will be competing during the U.S. Open’s Qualifying Tournaments, which began Aug. 22. more
The Hofstra University Museum exhibit, “Converging Voices: Gender and Identity,” was small, but its art was massive and beautiful. The art really resonated with me, with the theme of each piece coming together to illustrate a central message. One piece in particular connected with me deeply. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation today that will rename a section of the Southern State Parkway in honor of fallen NYPD Det. Steven McDonald. more
When the students at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School begin the school year on Sept. 5, a new face will greet them as they enter the building. more
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
A Lynbrook resident and her IGLOO 2023 lacrosse team won the gold medal at the U.S. Lacrosse national championship in the 12 and under division in Richmond, Va. last month. more
Since the Village of East Rockaway’s Department of Public Works stopped collecting all recyclables at once in January, resident Vicki Perlman said she has noticed that at least three of the houses she passes on her daily drive to the Centre Avenue train station usually have the wrong recyclables out. She also noted that about 75 percent of the houses do not have any items out for a truck to collect at all, likely because of confusion created by an amended schedule for pick ups. 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
Kellenberg Memorial High School graduate and Lynbrook resident Patrick LaRosa will attend Villanova University this fall, and thanks to the Francis J. Becker Scholarship, he was awarded $4,000 toward his education. more
Lynbrook resident Paul Felix completed the “Tough Mudder Full Challenge” on July 22 at Old Bethpage Village Restoration to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. more
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