After developing and seeing through a five-year strategic plan to make improvements, helping to generate project ideas for a bond that was approved by voters to upgrade facilities and seeing the East Rockaway School District through the Covid-19 pandemic, Superintendent Lisa Ruiz announced at the Nov. 16 Board of Education meeting that she would retire at the end of the school year.
When his church needed hi support three years ago, David Donovan turned to one of his biggest passions — comic books — to help it by coming up with the HurriCon convention fundraiser. The …
Two Lynbrook businessmen were recognized recently by the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce for their contributions to the village.
Mur-Lee’s Men’s and Boys’ Shop in Lynbrook recently celebrated 75 years in business
Developers who are seeking to build a $95 million, 201-unit apartment complex at the former site of the vacant Mangrove Feather factory have received preliminary approvals for economic incentives from the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency as they seek a 30-year PILOT, or payment in lieu of taxes, agreement.
The Herald is seeking the 2021 Person of the Year.
Lynbrook and East Rockaway are each scheduled to get into the holiday spirit with festive celebrations.
Members of Engine Company 1 on Carpenter Avenue introduced their new 2021 Spartan pumper fire truck on Sunday.
Voters in the East Rockaway School District on Monday approved an update to projects covered by the $27.7 million bond that passed in November 2019. The plans, which will bring no additional cost to taxpayers, were accepted, 117 “yes” votes to 50 “no” selections.
Though East Rockaway dominated Oyster Bay twice in the regular season, the Rocks were unable to capture their second straight Nassau Class C girls’ volleyball championship against the Baymen on Monday at LIU-Post.
I recently joined five Long Island high school students for a visit to the Joseph Lloyd Manor in Lloyd Harbor, the 18th-century site where many enslaved people of African descent lived.
To the relief of many in the political world, the 2021 elections are behind us. Whether your candidate won or lost . . .
You cannot burn a book in 2021. You can burn the paper and the ink and the cardboard, but in our world of e-books, you cannot ever kill the words and ideas that an author created.