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Standing at a lectern in the courtyard of the Cornerstone at Yorkshire building at the former site of the much-maligned Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, Mayor Alan Beach prepared to cut the ribbon on the new complex, while reflecting back on the decades of battles that several administrations had with the former motel. more
A Lynbrook pizzeria was ordered to pay more than $178,000 in back wages, damages and civil penalties for failing to pay employees overtime after a federal investigation, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. more
With Liberty Utilities finalizing the $608 million purchase of New York American Water Jan. 3, many Lynbrook and East Rockaway residents have expressed hope for better service and lower rates. more
Due to rising Covid-19 cases, the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce has postponed its annual Evening of Excellence from Jan. 15 to June 4. more
With the start of the new year, many projects are in the works locally that Lynbrook and East Rockaway village officials say are scheduled for completion in 2022 or the coming years. more
After years of customers alleging that Shake a Paw stores in Lynbrook and Hicksville sold them sick puppies that eventually died, and following rallies against the businesses, the New York state attorney general’s office has filed suit against the establishments. more
Whether it’s in the classroom, surfing, snowboarding, biking or playing beach volleyball, Spanish teacher William Luzzi knows how to energize every activity he gets involved in, say those who know him best. For his efforts for and his impact on Lynbrook High School, Luzzi was recently named 2021 Lynbrook Teacher of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce. more
Tenants will begin moving into the Cornerstone at Yorkshire apartment complex on Friday, ushering in a new era for the site of the former Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, pending approval from the Nassau County fire marshal. more
The Hempstead Industrial Development Agency voted Nov. 30 to approve moving forward with a PILOT agreement for the $95 million, 201-unit apartment complex at the former Mangrove Feather factory in Lynbrook. more
Two Lynbrook businessmen were recognized recently by the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce for their contributions to the village. more
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