East Rockaway School District administrators and staff bade farewell to Superintendent Lisa Ruiz, who was variously described as “bold” and “brave,” at the June 14 Board of Education meeting.
Tara Aragona will take her seat on the Lynbrook Board of Education on July 5, replacing David Yaker, who was hired as an English teacher and varsity football coach at Lynbrook High School.
For the first time in three years, residents from across Nassau County flocked to Memorial Park for the Huckleberry Frolic last Saturday.
It’s been called an “eyesore.” A “blight.” But soon it may be called “no more.”
James DeTommaso is set to become superintendent of the East Rockaway School District on July 1, when current Superintendent Lisa Ruiz retires. DeTommaso served in multiple roles in the district for …
A new mortgage office was unveiled in Lynbrook on June 9 as a ribbon cutting was held for Great Northern Mortgage Corporation, on 129 Broadway. Elected officials and Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce …
A Freeport man has been arrested in connection to three Nassau County robberies, including one that took place in Lynbrook.
Do you know a hero? Someone who took extraordinary action to save a life or perform an unselfish and extraordinary act for a family member, friend, co-worker or a stranger? An act that changed a person’s destiny, or made a community impact.
Lynbrook firefighters responded to the scene of an auto accident and overturn at the corner of Ocean and Merton avenues on June 11 just before 4 p.m.
Local residents, elected officials and honorees attended the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce’s “Night Under the Stars” event last Saturday at the Mary’s Maris Stella Knights of Columbus.
Though I am moving on, the memories I’ve made here will last a lifetime.
We don’t typically endorse at the primary level — or at the gubernatorial level. But then again, Tom Suozzi is not a typical candidate. Not only is he from Long Island; he’s also from Nassau County — an important distinction from Kathy Hochul and Jumaane Williams. He understands the needs of Long Island communities and wants to make sure those needs are not overlooked.
A report just published by ERASE Racism explores how equitably educational resources are available across school districts on Long Island . . .
If you have fond memories of flying someplace for summer fun, well, you can just wipe that fantasy out of your head.