Laura Ryder, a lifelong Lynbrook resident and longtime community activist, recently announced that she planned to run for the Lynbrook village board of trustees in March.
Lynbrook native Edward Field can still remember Feb. 3, 1945. He was flying in a B-17 bomber toward Nazi Germany when bullets streaked across the sky and struck one of its four engines, draining the …
A Lynbrook business owner says he is fighting to save his restaurant after a developer recently announced he was seeking to buy the property where the eatery is located and convert it to condominiums. The village board must approve the project for it to move forward.
Three student-athletes from Lynbrook High School and two from East Rockaway High School are one step closer to playing college athletics next year.
Lynbrook firefighters tackled an intense fire that consumed three vehicles in a driveway of a home on Whitehall Street on Nov. 28.
After a tight race, Judy Griffin has won a second term representing Assembly District 21. Griffin, a Democrat from Rockville Centre, defeated Republican challenger Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick, …
The Lynbrook Fire Department’s Training Committee took its junior firefighters through a rope rescue drill off the roof of the Firefighters Training Center at the end of Wright Avenue on Nov.1
The decision to “Play Ball” amid the pandemic this summer wasn’t an easy one for Lynbrook Little League’s board of directors, but moving forward with the idea proved to be a home run for 100 kids.
Lynbrook's Doughboy Monument, which has stood for 100 years, caused some controversy in the 1930s, with one newspaper saying it caused a “village civil war.”
Back in 2013, members of the Lynbrook Fire Department produced and filmed a Christmas tree safety video in Wilcox Alley on the border of Greis Park in Lynbrook.
For over a century, American higher education has been viewed as a public good as well as a vehicle for personal growth. It has been a source of scientific and technological advances as well as . . .
In the interior of Washington state, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, there is a tiny city, population about 900, that I have long wanted to visit — Roslyn.
Half of me never wants to write or speak the name Trump again. Half of me wants to finish the work I started nearly four years ago . . .