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After more than eight years as the co-owner of Collectors Coin and Jewelry in Lynbrook, Jason Joseph said there has been a surprising uptick in sales during the coronavirus pandemic. more
Shakira Croce said that as far back as she could remember, she wanted to write poetry. more
Amid an outcry from residents and elected officials, New York American Water officials announced they were postponing a rate hike that was set to take effect on Sept. 1. The decision came after the utility took part in discussions with the state Department of Public Service and decided against moving ahead with the increase as the coronavirus pandemic drags on. more
After completing an abbreviated summer camp with no coronavirus cases, Rolling River Day Camp Executive Director Marissa Goodman Allaben said she believed the facility set an example for what a safe transition back to school could be like. more
New York American Water has a planned rate hike that will take effect Sept. 1. more
A letter to the community from Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce President Stephen Wangel. more
After being stuck inside for so long, it is more important than ever for children to brush up on skills and get active. A nationwide tutoring company, Talenthood, has just been expanded to Lynbrook and Hewlett, and provides a way for children to regain lost skills and improve in many areas, including academics, sports, music, technology and art. more
Work is progressing rapidly on $1.3 million turf fields that village officials approved as a way to enhance Greis Park. more
Standing at the site that once housed the controversial Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn on Aug. 6, Mayor Alan Beach and developer Anthony Bartone accepted Vision Long Island’s Smart Growth Award in front of a construction site and mounds of dirt where a luxury apartment complex will soon stand. more
Gyms throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, can reopen as soon as Aug. 24, following inspection by local authorities, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today. Facilities … more
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