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Hundreds of residents flocked to Memorial Park on Atlantic Avenue in East Rockaway on a sunny and sizzling Saturday afternoon on June 10 for the 48th annual Huckleberry Frolic. All money raised went to the Grist Mill Museum on Woods Avenue in East Rockaway. more
“I am promoter of the neighborhood business,” said Town of Hempstead Clerk Nasrin Ahmad to a room filled with about two-dozen people at a Chamber of Commerce event. “The personal touch. That hamburger that you will get which a family-owned restaurant is making is not going to be the same as these chain stores.” more
Residents from Lynbrook and Rockville Centre can now cool off on a hot summer day in the Lynbrook pool, which opened full-time for the summer on June 18. more
Representatives from the East Rockaway and Oceanside school districts and from Marina Pointe condominiums developer Beechwood Homes have cleared up some confusion concerning where residents of the complex — which is on the border of East Rockaway and Oceanside — would attend school. All parties confirmed that they would belong to the East Rockaway School District. more
The Lynbrook Village board of trustees voted in favor of applying for a $10 million downtown revitalization initiative grant that will be awarded to one community on Long Island by the New York State Office of Economic Development. The application was due on June 14. more
A letter to the editor for the week of June 22 — 28 about protecting the legacy of the Davison Boat Yard. more
Long Island Rail Road riders traveling to Hunterspoint Ave. or Atlantic Terminal will be entitled to a fare reduction averaging 25 percent during Amtrak’s repair work, the Metropolitan Transit Authority announced Tuesday. The fare reduction will take effect July 10, and will end when Amtrak’s repair work at Penn Station has been completed. more
A panel made up of members of the Lynbrook Village board of trustees to determine whether or not the operators of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn should have their room-rental licenses revoked could take another month or two to reach a decision. more
Hurricane season started on June 1, and for many residents across the South Shore, it brings back haunting memories of the damage Hurricane Sandy left in its wake. Nearly five years afterward, many local homeowners are still recovering — emotionally and financially. more
After stating that the impact of plane noise on the health and environment is a top issue for the residents in his district, Assemblyman Brian Curran (Republican, Lynbrook) introduced legislation last week requiring the New York State Departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation to examine and report on the effects of air traffic from John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports. more
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