Residents in the Lynbrook, Merrick and North Shore water districts found a letter from New York American Water in their mailboxes during the last week of October, and it wasn’t a water bill. It was a rate increase notice, signed off on by the New York Public Service Commission.
Donald Clavin declared victory over Laura Gillen in the race for Town of Hempstead supervisor Tuesday night. Gillen was seeking a second term and has not conceded the race.
With 54 percent of voting precincts reporting, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas declared victory over her challenger, Francis McQuade. At press time, Singas had collected nearly 73,000 …
The Nassau County Police Department arrested two people on Oct. 29 and charged them with selling vaping products to minors.
Incumbent Denise Ford defeated challenger Jeffrey Saxon in the Nassau County Legislative District 4 race Tuesday night.
The East Rockaway Board of Education met on Oct. 23 for the last time before the public will vote on a $27.7 million bond referendum to fund re-pairs and upgrades at the district’s three schools on Nov. 14.
Just days before the country stops to remember its heroes on Veterans Day, 11 local veterans were recognized in a Hall of Honor ceremony at the Lynbrook Public Library on Nov. 2.
The Lynbrook Dance Workshop hosted an open audition for an upcoming film project on Oct. 6.
The Lynbrook girls’ volleyball team returned to the playoffs in 2019 after a more-than-respectable second-place finish in a tough conference.
Rolling River Day Camp hosted its 23rd annual Fall Festival on Oct. 19, when the campgrounds were bustling with energy as nearly 2,000 people took part in some fall fun.
This week's letters to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor focus on Veterans Day and the upcoming East Rockaway School District bond vote.
The Week Ahead
Participants can engage in Chi Gong, an ancient Chinese meditative practice that uses slow graceful movements and breathing techniques to enhance the immune system at the the Lynbrook Public Library,
Children ages 3 to 5 with a caregiver, can engage in stories, songs and felt board activities that encourage development of early literacy skills in young children at the Lynbrook Public Library on Nov. 7 from 1:15 to 1:45 p.m.
Children ages 10 weeks to pre-walkers with a caregiver, will be introduced to the East Rockaway Public Library in a 30-minute program, filled with rhymes, movement activities, stories and music, on Nov. 8 from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m.