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Many students and faculty members at Waverly Park Elementary School donned football jerseys and shirts representing their favorite sports teams as three-time NFL Pro Bowler and former Jets fullback … more
Lynbrook musician and Red Pants Band frontman Danny Weinkauf was shocked to learn how widely known his catalog of children’s songs has become, he said. Teachers in Europe, Asia and Australia have contacted him to tell him how they are using his songs to shape young minds. more
Though Howard X. Pollock — known affectionately by his former students at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School as HXP — will turn 95 this month, he still lectures at schools, synagogues and churches. more
Longtime former East Rockaway boys’ basketball coach Joe Lores will become just the ninth coach in Nassau County history to be inducted into the New York State Basketball Hall of Fame in a special ceremony in Glens Falls, N.Y. in March 2019. more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
Two boys were recognized at the Village of Lynbrook board of trustees meeting on Oct. 15 for their Stand Up for Cancer lemonade stand that they have been organizing every September for the past four years. more
East Rockaway was filled with energy last weekend as a sea of orange and black school spirit set the stage for the high school’s Homecoming festivities. more
The Lynbrook girls’ volleyball team raised almost $500 for breast cancer research when it won a Dig Pink Fundraiser game against Floral Park on Oct. 11. more
After months of anticipation, a developer who has proposed building a 200-unit apartment complex and parking garage in downtown Lynbrook met with residents for the first time on Monday night. more
With Election Day less than three weeks away and amid a push from Lynbrook and East Rockaway school officials to put an end to voting in schools, two bills in the State Senate would eliminate the practice. more
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