Local commuters and officials are calling on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to make improvements at the Lynbrook, East Rockaway and Centre Avenue Long Island Rail Road stations.
The Lynbrook Public Schools Career Development Program for special-education students is making strides eight years after its formation. It continues to expand and innovate, and the new extension under construction at Lynbrook High School will help it grow, according to district officials.
Ashley Roth and Kathryn Postiglione may seem at first glance like two typical childhood friends, but on closer examination, you quickly realize they are far from ordinary. On Feb. 12, the pair were announced as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of Lynbrook High School’s class of 2021.
In recent months, Bryan and Lisa Lanzello and Mike and Kerrie Habert have had Lynbrook residents buzzing on social media with their Facebook raffles, which have grown in popularity and raised more than $80,000 for local businesses.
After his mother, Hsien-Ying Yeh, received a grim diagnosis of cervical cancer, Irving Chou’s lone goal became to fulfill her dying wish: to return her to her native Taiwan before she dies.
In November 1917, the New Era newspaper listed 39 active clubs in Lynbrook: The Shakespeare Reading Club, The Sans Souci (Without a Care) Embroidery Club, The Dorcas Circle, The Pinochle Club, The Cosmopolitan Study Club, and many others for men, women, boys and girls.
For the first time in nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic first hit Long Island, seniors at Lynbrook High School were welcomed back for in-person instruction on Monday and greeted with much fanfare.
Longtime Lynbrook resident Donald H. Roth died on Feb. 28 after a long battle with cancer. He was 80.
The East Rockaway Education Foundation will go virtual for its annual fundraiser this year as it hosts a 5K, 10K and half marathon between March 20 and 28.
South Shore residents spoke forcefully at a public hearing on Feb. 26 that reviewed the state’s study to examine a potential public takeover of New York American Water’s private …
This week's letters to the Editor include appreciation for a street renaming ceremony and a senator's help to get people vaccinated.
I was in Ryann’s Wines in East Meadow around the holidays, standing at the checkout, when a fellow customer, a man in his 70s, called out to a 20-something employee from across the store.
I admired Gov. Mario Cuomo so much that I actually bought an old CD of his speeches some years ago, and I actually listened to them. So I am educated in the successes and rhetorical and political skills of the Cuomo boys.