The East Rockaway School District PTAs at Centre and Rhame Avenue elementary schools and the high school are hosting a Meet the Candidates Night for those seeking election on the Board of Education on May 10.
Not even having its season delayed by Covid-19 could keep the East Rockaway girls’ volleyball team from banding together to capture the Nassau County Class C championship.
Citing potential danger to the community, the Lynbrook village board unanimously voted to bar marijuana dispensaries and consumption shops from being built or set up in the village during a public hearing Monday night.
Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, construction began on the long-awaited Bay Park Conveyance Project.
Lynbrook was buzzing Friday night as Regal Cinemas 13 reopened, ushering in a bit of a return to normalcy.
The Lynbrook village board unanimously voted on Monday to set May 17 for a public hearing on a 210-unit apartment complex that has been proposed for the site of the vacant Mangrove Feather factory, and to make itself lead agency on the project.
This week's flashback to Lynbrook history focuses on going to extreme measures to guard chickens in 1895, a 1906 murder and the 1930 tong wars.
With the number of Covid-19 vaccinations increasing at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital and the number of coronavirus cases decreasing, physicians and administrators at the facility are making a push for more county residents to get inoculated.
Two groups of students from Lynbrook South Middle School have reached the final 15 of PSEG’s I am EM-Powered Program and Student Challenge, which saw students from all over Long Island create 30 to 45 second public service announcement videos promoting efficient energy use.
John Donald was elected chief of the Lynbrook Fire Department on April 8. Donald, a member of Rescue Hook, Ladder & Bucket Company No. 1, better known as Truck Company, carries on a family tradition in the fire service.
It was recently reported that a group of Rockville Centre parents accused a high school social studies teacher of criticizing police during class, and wanted her to be reprimanded. The district superintendent . . .
I covered the Bellmore-JFK High School Homecoming parade in the fall of 2004. It was a sunny day, full of carefree teenagers. I could never have imagined then that that day would haunt me still.
Time-travel with me. The year was 1957. We had just moved to Cedarhurst from Queens, and it was the first day of class at Number Three School on Broadway.