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Amid backlash from several residents, the Rockville Centre Zoning Board denied a variance a developer sought to build a storage facility at 117 N. Long Beach Road on May 17. more
When polls closed last Tuesday, Rockville Centre residents approved the $129 million budget for the 2022-23 school year and elected challenger Donna Downing to the school board over John O’Shea. more
With school budgets and elections over, new members and incumbents on the Lynbrook and East Rockaway Boards of Education ponder the challenges of the comng year. Both boards will seek new superintendents after this school year. more
When most people think of kelp, if they think of it at all, they imagine nothing more than a weird mix of seaweed and grass. But a Town of Oyster Bay initiative is looking to prove that kelp can … more
Roy Lester glided up to a bagel shop in Long Beach on one of his many bicycles early last Friday morning. He has more than a dozen bikes, and uses them often. At 71, Lester not only rides, but … more
The Town of Oyster Bay announced a proposal for a local law to amend and update several provisions and definitions of certain zoning laws at a public board meeting on May 11. The discussion focused … more
Amid controversy caused by many pet stores, including allegations against Shake A Paw in Lynbrook, the New York State Senate approved legislation that would shutdown the puppy mill pipeline and end the retail sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores across the state on May 11. more
The Village of Rockville Centre has appointed Anthony Iannone as superintendent of water. Iannone, a lifelong Lynbrook resident, previously served as superintendent for RVC from 2003 to 2011. more
The Sea Cliff village board voted to support the Crash Victim Rights and Safety Act at a meeting on May 9. If passed by the State Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul, the act would … more
Lynbrook voters hit the polls on Tuesday and approved the $96.8 million budget for 2022-23 while voting William Belmont and Andrew Lewner to the school board. more
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