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With a herd of Nigerian dwarf goats eating their way through a field of mugwort weeds in the background, Town of Hempstead officials welcomed National Parks of New York Harbor Commissioner Joshua Laird to the Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick last Thursday. Laird and a contingent of federal and New York City officials came to the 52-acre preserve to understand better how to convert a decommissioned landfill into a wildlife refuge. more
For young, aspiring baseball players from the northeast, getting a chance to play college ball is a longshot. Finding yourself among a dogpile celebrating a collegiate national championship is … more
The threat of an impending storm on Saturday night has forced Nassau County and Town officials to postpone their Fourth of July fireworks shows. more
On this Saturday, June 27, Merrick Road in Lynbrook will be closed between Ocean Avenue and Horton Avenue in preparation for the Lynbrook Fire Department’s 4th Battalion Parade. The road will … more
I want to enumerate the many reasons I’m so against making test scores count for 50 percent of the ratings. more
The longest resident at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter has been getting a lot of attention lately. This, however, is not the kind of attention a dog would expect to get in a home with a family. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. more
Lynbrook Fire Chief James McDermott has announced that the Lynbrook Fire Department will be hosting the Fourth Battalion Parade and Drill this coming weekend … more
The new River Mill Restaurant opened in Lynbrook this month. Newly-renovated, and with a great atmosphere, the River Mill, on the site of the old Swiss Tavern, serves up casual … more
By Mary Malloy mmalloy@liherald.com Temple Am Echad South Shore Reform Congregation, in Lynbrook, has elected Lisa Burch, of Rockville Centre, its new president. Her term is two years. … more
At June 1’s meeting of the Lynbrook village board, members of the board and the public welcomed the village’s newest trustee, Ann Marie Reardon. Reardon, 42, currently works as a clerk in the … more
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