A certified public accountant from East Rockaway has been charged with allegedly embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Great Neck-based condiments company and spending the funds on personal luxuries, including golf and a beach cabana.
The Lynbrook village board on Monday unanimously voted to approve a developer’s plans to build a 201-unit apartment complex at the site of the vacant former Mangrove Feather factory.
Lynbrook High School hosted its 51st annual Senior Awards Night to honor deserving individuals in the graduating class of 2021 after a difficult year brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Nassau County police arrested an East Rockaway man for allegedly driving while intoxicated on Wednesday at 12:41 p.m.
With coronavirus cases dropping and restrictions easing, many parents have made a push to allow children to go without face coverings at schools and camps, while others have been reluctant to do so.
Lynbrook firefighters responded to a house fire on Davison Avenue on May 28 after receiving a call from someone in a neighboring house.
A U.S. Army Soldier currently serving at the Lynbrook Recruiting Station is participating in the service’s second all-virtual Army National Hiring Days event being held until June 14.
Before Lynbrook’s Memorial Day Parade on May 31, members of the Lynbrook Fire Department, junior firefighters and the Ladies Auxiliary gathered at the LFD memorial on Sunrise Highway and Earl Avenue to remember four Lynbrook volunterers who were killed in combat during World War II.
Coming off the only defeat of his career, finishing fourth as the Kentucky Derby favorite, Essential Quality got redemption last Saturday when he edged past intense pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie down the stretch for a thrilling 1 1/4-length victory in the 153rd running of the Belmont Stakes.
While its revamped defense works to find its groove, Lynbrook’s offense has given its Nassau Conference II girls’ lacrosse opponents plenty of fits so far thanks to a wide range of weapons.
There is a trifecta of trouble deep in the heart of Texas: Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas legislature and the state Board of Education.
I must confess that I’m an old-fashioned guy who honors certain customs. I hold doors open for women and people with packages. I put my hand over my heart . . .