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Lynbrook parents said at the Oct. 14 Board of Education meeting that they were angry that students could no longer return to in-person classes if they wanted, after spending the first quarter online. District officials had previously told parents that students would be given that option at the end of the first marking period, which will end Nov. 13. more
In the Fourth Congressional District, incumbent Kathleen Rice, a Democrat from Garden City, faces Douglas Tuman, a Republican from West Hempstead. more
New York Islanders and state officials gathered at the future home of the UBS Arena last Friday morning to watch as construction crews placed the highest beam atop the 885-square-foot … more
Lynbrook Police Department Chief Brian Paladino recently caused a stir for his email in response to a complaint about a lack of enforcement  of officers wearing face coverings,  in which he wrote that he would not be a "mask Kaiser." more
Standing at a lectern on the clean, newly renovated Lynbrook Long Island Rail Road station platform on Wednesday surrounded by elected officials, engineers and LIRR officials, Mayor Alan Beach recalled the arduous process it took to complete repairs that were needed there for decades. more
The race for the 19th Assembly District began mid-August when challenger Gary Port announced his candidacy to run against incumbent Edward Ra, who is running for a sixth term. The Herald asked Ra … more
When he was City of Long Beach manager from 2012 to 2018, Jack Schnirman, now Nassau County’s comptroller, allowed millions of dollars in “improper payments” for accrued sick and … more
A development firm caused a stir in Lynbrook last week when it posted fliers in the neighborhood and revealed plans on social media to build an 18-unit luxury condominium project in the village. more
Polls will be open in East Rockaway for a special election on Sept. 15 as Trustee Tim O’Hagan runs unopposed. more
Amid an outcry from residents and elected officials, New York American Water officials announced they were postponing a rate hike that was set to take effect on Sept. 1. The decision came after the utility took part in discussions with the state Department of Public Service and decided against moving ahead with the increase as the coronavirus pandemic drags on. more
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