The Nassau County Police Department arrested a man from Laurelton, Queens for an alleged assault that took place on Monday in Lynbrook.
The Herald Community Newspapers captured 20 awards in the New York Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest, including several top honors for editorial and advertising excellence. …
In the wake of a heated mayoral election, the Lynbrook village board reorganized at its April 1 meeting, with Mayor Alan Beach naming Trustee Michael Hawxhurst the new deputy mayor.
Coach Karin Leary smiled as she pointed to the many photos and newspaper clippings lining the walls of her office, highlighting the various accomplishments of the East Rockaway girls’ varsity basketball team during her nearly two decades of leadership.
Under an agreement reached as part of the state budget passed by lawmakers over the weekend, plastic bags will be banned in all New York retail stores starting next March, which has left many locals pleased.
One of the rewards for success in Nassau County softball is a jump up in competition the following season. While it is up to the challenge, East Rockaway, the three-time defending Long Island Class C champion, is discovering playing among some of the county’s elite programs isn't all beer and skittles.
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.
Decorations and smiles filled the room at the Atria of Lynbrook on April 4 as the facility celebrated the birthdays of residents Nanette Fishman, who turned 100 on that day, and Winifred Boehmke, who turned 101 on April 8.
Lynbrook village officials have scheduled a public information meeting for April 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Village Hall, where more information about the Greis Park Master Plan will be shared.
More than 400 community members filed into the Coral House in Baldwin to eat dinner, vie to win prizes and raise more than $38,000 for the National Hemophilia Foundation on March 29, as part of the 11th annual Christopher’s Hemophilia Benefit.
An Easter message
An Easter message from Rev. Bob Walderman of the Lynbrook Baptist Church.
The Week Ahead
Children in kindergarten through fourth-grade can read to a dog from Bide-a-wee at the East Rockaway Public Library on April 22 at 2 p.m.
Families can learn about and pet a variety of animals, insects and furry friends at the East Rockaway Public Library on April 23 at 2 p.m.
Children ages 5 and up and their families can witness amazing feats of chemistry at the Lynbrook Public Library on April 24 at 2 p.m.