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Volunteers from the Town of Hempstead will help residents prepare simple tax returns on Feb. 22 at the Lynbrook Public Library from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. more
As she noted how empty her store has become in the past few weeks, Paige Antonellis discussed the reasoning behind her choice to close her business and retire. “It’s getting harder and harder for stores like mine to survive because of the competition with the Internet,” she said. more
Jeffrey Greenfield, a managing partner of the insurance company NGL Group LLC, held up a Lipton tea bag at the Lynbrook School Districts’ Board of Education meeting on Feb. 8. “I’m a victim of taxation without representation,” he said. more
When the AFC champion Patriots face the NFC champion Falcons to crown a new NFL champion, Maier’s Brick Café at 157 Lakeview Ave. in Lynbrook will be hosting a party. The fun begins on Feb. 5 at 4 … more
Several elected leaders, local residents and business owners turned out for the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce’s installation dinner for new officers and directors at the Knights of Columbus on Jan. 26. Business owners’ achievements were recognized at the celebration as well. more
On Sep. 12, MaryAnn Grasso and her daughter, Nanci Grasso, the directors of Dance Workshop in Lynbrook, unveiled their New York City studio on the corner of 64th Street and Lexington Avenue. more
About 25 people, including local residents and elected officials, were on-hand for the grand opening of the Lynbrook Northwell Health-GoHealth Urgent Care Center on Jan. 21. more
Cuthbert Live is set to rock the stage at the Craft Kitchen and Tap House, located at 44 Stauderman Ave., on Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. Paul Cuthbert is a singer/songwriter and covers multiple genres of music. … more
Maier’s Brick Café at 157 Lakeview Ave. in Lynbrook is hosting a cornhole tournament on Jan. 29 at 3 p.m. Costs $10 to play and participants must register with Mike Shaw at the establishment … more
Carol Burak was sworn in as the new Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce president on Jan. 10. Burak has been a member of the chamber for 24 years and previously served in the role of secretary. The Herald recently spoke with Burak and conducted a question and answer session with the new chamber president. more
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