Burger Bandit owner Ryan Straschnow and his staff served a delicious surprise for those in need on Friday, when they cooked about 200 meals and delivered them to NYU Winthrop Hospital and homeless shelters around Hempstead.
Lynbrook school officials and community leaders celebrated the start of construction on a 33,274-square-foot extension of the high school, intended to enhance learning opportunities.
Business owners in Lynbrook and East Rockaway are feeling the impact of the coronavirus as new edicts have been put into place.
Gasoline prices continued to plunge last week as oil supplies far outstripped demand, leaving Nassau County with the second-cheapest gas in the state, behind the city of Elmira, where gasoline …
Twenty-seven are dead because of the coronavirus to date, according to Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, speaking Friday.
For the fifth year in a row, the East Rockaway Education Foundation will host its 5K run or walk, but for the first time, it will not be in March.
As it prepares for a rate hike on April 1, New York American water is also moving ahead with a $40.8 million plan to replace all of its 126,500 water meters in Nassau County with new smart meters that will monitor customers’ usage.
A year after controversy over the Cornerstone at Lynbrook project caused village officials to scrap plans for it, a new, smaller-scale Cornerstone development is in the works.
Lynbrook High School seniors Arpie Bakhshian and Anna Rath were recently recognized as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the class of 2020.
New York State Elks Association President Brian Greene recently visited New York Elks Lodge No. 1 in Lynbrook, along with First Lady Tonia Greene, and John and Cari Kassebaum from Glens Falls Lodge No. 81 for a breakfast event.
Coronavirus has swept across New York with astounding speed, leaving sickness, fear and uncertainty in its wake. Small businesses, particularly restaurants and bars, have taken a beating . . .
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