Timothy Marski was just 4 when he learned to swim. And once he started, he said, he couldn’t stop. “I felt a passion for it,” Marski said, “and I kept going.” The Lynbrook High School …
The owner of a Lynbrook pharmacy was arrested Thursday and charged with defrauding the state Medicaid program out of millions of dollars.
PSEG Long Island is reaching out to officials in the Village of Lynbrook and other local municipalities as it awaits approval for a $176 million project to build a high-voltage underground cable from a substation in Uniondale to one in Lynbrook.
On the heels of hotel developer Lee Browning’s meeting with Village of Lynbrook officials about a potential deal to construct a Courtyard by Marriott in the downtown, at least some residents are expressing concerns about the project and offering alternatives.
A Baldwin man was arrested on Feb. 13 at 12:01 p.m. after fleeing the scene of the Bethpage Federal Credit Union where he allegedly stole an unknown amount of money.
Third-grade students at Marion Street Elementary School honored Joseph McNeil, an activist who helped lead nonviolent protests against segregation in Greensboro, N.C. in 1960, with a gold medal as the star of their Civil Rights Olympics on Feb. 16.
The fifth-graders on the Our Lady of Peace Catholic Schools Organization girls’ basketball team won the Division C championship on Feb. 11 at St. Agnes Cathedral School in Rockville Centre.
Lynbrook survived a nail-biter at home in the first round of the Nassau Class A boys’ basketball playoffs on Feb. 13, defeating North Shore, 41-40, in a game that certainly had a flair for the dramatic.
Dan Vito credits his uncle, Joe Vito, for inspiring him to become a football coach when he played under him as an 8-year-old on the East Rockaway Raiders, and again in high school.
After reading the book “Wonder,” which details the life of a boy with a facial deformity, and watching the film of the same name, students at Lynbrook North Middle School broke out into a variety of sessions to better understand living with a disability on Feb. 5.
The Week Ahead
Children in kindergarten through fourth grade will have the opportunity to read to at the East Rockaway Public Library on Feb. 23 at 2 p.m.
Electric music band Tiberius will be performing two sets at Micky Mo’s Café & Lounge, at 428 Sunrise Highway, on Feb. 23 from 9 p.m. to midnight.
The Lynbrook Public Library will be hosting an SAT class on March 1 at 6 p.m.
Brian T. Dessart shares his quest to reach his goals in Russia in 2014 as the Sochi Olympic Games were about to begin.
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.