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The tradition of wrestling continues in Lynbrook as the Lynbrook Youth Athletic Association has announced the beginning of its 39th season. The first practice is Saturday, December 5 and will run through March 19. more
On Nov. 22, at Phelps Field in North Babylon, The Lynbrook Titans Football 7 and 8-year-olds Pee Wee Team competed for and won the Titan’s first Super Bowl championship since re-launching the program three seasons ago. more
Lynbrook resident and renowned pianist Jeffrey Biegel, far left, took a bow last Saturday night after playing a jazz piece with the South Shore Symphony. Also featured in the quartet were flutist Hubert Laws, second from left, bassist Mike Molloy, and drummer Evan Biegel. more
The Lynbrook Board of Education approved a veterans’ tax exemption last week, putting an end to a lengthy and sometimes heated yearlong dispute between local veterans and school officials. more
On Nov. 9, the 77th anniversary of Kristallnacht — the Night of Broken Glass — two bar mitzvah boys, Jesse Herrnson and Adam Polokoff, both of East Rockaway, observed by 30 Holocaust survivors, … more
If you were around in the 1970s, and into cool music (who wasn’t?), then you may remember the popular “Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano,” a … more
With ticket support from 80 individuals (including donations) and advertising support from 50 advertisers, East Rockaway Kiwanis had a successful 65th Anniversary Dinner Dance last Sunday at the … more
By Mary Malloy mmalloy@liherald.com On Nov. 7, in the Grand Hall of the Lynbrook Public Library, Loops of Love, a charitable organization that puts their time and talent into knitting, … more
Kicking off the holiday season, the Village of Lynbrook will once again participate in Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28, a campaign to encourage residents to support the local economy by shopping … more
“Here in Nassau County, we are responding with intensified patrols, especially at large, known gatherings,” said County Executive Edward Mangano at a news conference on Monday morning. In … more
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