The owner of a Lynbrook pharmacy was sentenced to jail time in Queens Supreme Court on Friday for defrauding the state’s Medicaid program out of $1.5 million.
In search of scientific inspiration, Robbie Bing traveled farther from home than he had ever been last August, flying 4,350 miles to Budapest, Hungary. There he spent a month testing a theory, the results of which were published in a peer-reviewed journal last month.
Howard Kalachman has earned many honors for his service to the country, but he refused to accept one: the Purple Heart, because he was not injured in combat. He did, however, accept the Town of Hempstead's Veterans Award.
A jury found former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, guilty on all counts Tuesday in their corruption retrial in Manhattan’s U.S. District Court. The four-week proceeding …
Denise Moreno, 37, of East Rockaway, was arrested Monday at 2:18 p.m. for allegedly stealing checks.
At the center of Rolling River Day Camp, amid the clear swimming pools, green softball fields and sprawling playgrounds, is a single, small building called the auditorium. In the otherwise ordinary room, lining the walls in all directions, are hundreds of small, colorful, hand-painted plaques, symbols of the family-like atmosphere.
Lynbrook High School class of 2018 graduate John Krendel was one of five local area students to receive a scholarship from New York American Water.
Late former U.S. Marine Corps veteran Salvatore D. Fiorentino was inducted into the Walls of Honor at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow in a special ceremony on June 23. The event paid tribute to his service and dedication to his country.
Elizabeth Johnson had an upbringing filled with hardships, but she is college-bound with the help of the Frank J. Becker Education Foundation Scholarship.
Last month, six wrestlers from Lynbrook High School’s class of 2018 were honored at the annual Beckers Brothers awards, a ceremony that is a tradition dating back 60 years.
The Week Ahead
Come to the Lynbrook Public Library on July 19 to learn about drums and their healing abilities from musician and author Robert Lawrence Friedman.
Children in fourth through sixth grade are welcome to join the East Rockaway Public Library in an afternoon of fun and games.
On July 23, theater enthusiast Brian Stoll will visit the Lynbrook Public Library to discuss everything one needs to know about Broadway
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.