As Hurricane Florence battered the Carolinas last week, members of the East Rockaway group the11518 were busily preparing for their annual pub crawl on Saturday, which will benefit hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
The Lynbrook School District’s Do No Harm rule has been overturned for the 2018–19 school year and replaced by a policy in which students’ Regents exam grades will count for 10 percent of their final grades, district officials said at a Sept. 12 Board of Education meeting.
Titus Garcia, 30, of Brooklyn, was arrested in Lynbrook for allegedly throwing rocks at cars on Peninsula Boulevard from the village’s Long Island Rail Road station platform.
East Rockaway residents are offering mixed reviews after plans were announced to build an apartment complex in Oceanside, on an undeveloped plot of land next to the East Rockaway train station. Several people said they worried about the traffic it might cause.
After several months of negotiations among local elected officials and Long Island Rail Road representatives, the Lynbrook train station is set to undergo a $17.9 million renovation, which commuters and officials say is long overdue.
Pamela Donovan was inspired by her son, Ethan, to create Ethan and the Bean, LLC. The nonprofit organization teaches adults on the autism spectrum how to run a coffee shop.
Community spirit and patriotism was in full force last week when East Rockaway hosted its annual Stars & Stripes Festival from Sept. 13 through 15.
Seasons, animals, farms, outer space, jungles — these are just some of the themes East Rockaway resident Ricky Kauget uses in her line of birthday cards, which are geared toward educating young children and getting them to think.
Attendees were invited to step right up and meet the Mets players from the 1969 World Series championship-winning team at Lynbrook Restorative Therapy and Nursing on Sept. 13. Former Mets outfielder …
Documents from the Lynbrook and East Rockaway school districts show that they are in compliance with the state’s 4 percent limit on unassigned funds.
The Week Ahead
Come to the Lynbrook Public Library on Sept. 22 at 2:30 p.m. for an enjoyable and adventurous afternoon of music, as Antonio Vivaldi’s popular “Four Seasons” will be performed.
Lynbrook High School alumni and former teachers are invited to grab drinks at the Lynbrook Excellence in Education Foundation’s guest bartending fundraiser on Sept. 22.
Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin will be at the East Rockaway Public Library on Sept. 27 to answer questions.
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.