When 12-year-old Kaden Rogers saw that the Covid-19 pandemic had left some local families hungry and in need of household supplies, he collected donations to benefit them as part of his mitzvah project, a community-service deed in preparation for his bar mitzvah.
After being installed as the new Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce president in a virtual ceremony on Jan. 14, Cory Hirsch said his goals included increasing membership and aiding local businesses hurt by …
A man and woman from Baldwin were arrested by Nassau County police in Lynbrook on Tuesday at 9 p.m. after tailgating the officers, who later discovered that they had a loaded firearm and marijuana in the car.
Dec. 14, pharmacist Anthony Longo said, was the most important day of his career, as he prepared the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in New York state, and perhaps the country.
The riot perpetrated by a mob of insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol on the afternoon of Jan. 6 spurred plenty of local reaction.
In 1859, after a Fourth of July celebratory cannon accidentally blew him up, Anthony Pearsall’s epitaph was written on his tombstone in the Old Sand Hole Cemetery:
With lights and sirens blaring, Lynbrook firefighters and police officers drove down Vine Street in Lynbrook on Sunday in their fire trucks and patrol cars to honor World War II veteran and longtime Lynbrook resident William Vogric.
On Jan. 16, Lynbrook firefighters responded to a car fire at 100 Earle Ave.
One person was inured in a four-vehicle accident after a large tow truck collided with a Corvette, which smashed into a tree down an embankment along Sunrise Highway, near Reyam Road, on the morning of Jan. 13. Two cars that were parked on Sunrise Highway were also struck.
Echoes of people singing “Happy Birthday” could be heard from the Atria Lynbrook retirement living center on Dec. 23 at about 1:30 p.m., as family members sang to resident Signe Ralph in …
This week's letters to the Editor endorse Laura Ryder for village board trustee in Lynbrook.
On March 4, 1861, President-elect Abraham Lincoln stood on the East Portico of the U.S. Capitol to take the oath of office and deliver his first inaugural address. Seven southern states had already . . .
As I write this, after the mob attack on the Capitol and before this week’s Presidential Inauguration, like many of you, I don’t know what to believe.
America is in a state of shock in the wake of the assault on the U.S. Capitol, a second impeachment of President Trump and months of denial of the validity of November’s election. We have a new president . . .