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The East Rockaway School District held its first meeting to discuss its 2017-18 budget on Feb. 14 at East Rockaway Junior-Senior High School. more
Paul Lynch, the superintendent for finance at Lynbrook Public Schools, presented the Board of Education with a proposed budget of over $44.9 million on Feb. 15. This budget would be an increase of more than $781,000 from the previous school year. more
The Board of Education for the Lynbrook School District kept a cell phone ban at Lynbrook High School in place at its Feb. 8 meeting, despite a student petition urging it to change the edict. more
Boy Scouts from Troops 332 and 121 and Pack 84 had an opportunity to participate in local government at the East Rockaway village board meeting on Feb. 13. As part of the annual Good Government Night, the scouts took on the roles of village officials. They approved minutes, shared reports and led the Pledge of Allegiance. more
For years, Malverne’s business organization was known as the Malverne Merchants and Professional Association. That moniker, however, is now part of village history. The group, now called the Malverne Chamber of Commerce, has a new logo, a new look, and a soon-to-debut new website — all designed by Malvernite and chamber board member, Maria Casini through her company, Visual Fuel Design. more
Former NFL star Donny Brady, who is also a two-time Grey Cup champion in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos, celebrated the grand opening of Proficient Sports Training on Vincent Avenue in Lynbrook on Feb. 11. more
When Abby Manasakis went to the Lynbrook School District’s budget meeting on Feb. 15, she expected to learn more about the school board’s plan to move special education students from Marion Street Elementary to schools closer to their homes. Instead, she was told that there would be a private meeting after the proposed budget is adopted on March 8 to discuss the transition of special education students to new schools. more
On March 2 at 10:30 a.m., the Lynbrook Public Library will be offering a class on chi gong, an ancient Chinese meditative practice that uses slow movements and breathing techniques to enhance the immune system, promote relaxation and restore balance. The class is free and open to the public. No registration is required. more
Technology experts will be available to answer any questions participants may have about smartphones and other devices at the East Rockaway Public Library on Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. The experts will not be able to repair tablets or smartphones; however, they will teach attendees how to use them. No appointments are necessary. more
Representatives from the New York Islanders visited the Robert W. Carbonaro Elementary School on Feb. 14 — to many students’ delight. more
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