The Lynbrook Fire Department hosted its 11th annual Wounded Warrior Concert and Block Party on Saturday, Sept. 24 at Greis Park.
Faced with a nationwide shortage of court reporters and stenographers, Nancy Silberger of Lynbrook is doing her part by training new recruits to help meet increasing demands for this profession.
Nassau County’s Fourth Battalion Fire District marched through the streets of East Rockaway on Saturday, Sept. 17, as part of their annual fire parade and drill exercise.
Decorated New York City Police Officer Joshua Crowley was patient and kept the faith in his quest for a position with the Lynbrook Police Department.
East Rockaway resident Larry Wallach opened a petting zoo he called Sloth Encounters in Suffolk County’s Town of Islip, where he houses and offers his pet sloths — the notoriously slow-moving, long-clawed mammals indigenous to the rainforests of Central and South America. Since opening his doors earlier this year, Wallach has faced severe public backlash from wildlife and animal activists, concerned neighbors, and now Islip town officials.
Don’t count on seeing any field goals or extra-point kicks for Clarke’s football team as long as head coach Kevin O’Hagan is working the sideline. When the Rams score, …
The Denton Homestead, at 60 Denton Ave. in East Rockaway, is a historic landmark that has been there for more than 200 years. This homestead will soon hit the auction block, according to a notice of sale issued by the Nassau County Supreme Court.
It was more than Lynbrook High tennis player Cooper Schorr’s forehand or serve that caught the attention of the USTA. The sophomore student-athlete with a positive attitude and genuine joy for the sport was recognized by the USTA with an award for outstanding sportsmanship—demonstrating a high level of respect and compassion for fellow competitors and teammates.
On Thursday, Sept. 1, after press time, A.J. Rovner will be in the Ross-Ade Stadium press box at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, to deliver the college football play-by-play and color commentary for the season opener against Penn State.
It has been called both the physical and symbolic heart of our democracy, located within the very walls where our elected representatives in Washington make our country’s most important decisions. The Capitol Rotunda . . .
Issues of life and death, liberty, justice and freedom call for citizen involvement. We should have strong opinions about such topics.
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.