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The Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce’s annual community honors and installation of officers ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Elks’ Lodge, 57 Hempstead Ave., in Lynbrook. more
With political signs in hand, dozens of residents turned out for a rally for Mayor Alan Beach and Village Trustees Ann Marie Reardon and Robert Boccio at the Lynbrook roller hockey rink on Saturday, chanting “Four more years!” and “Lynbrook first” as they urged voters to re-elect the Beach team. more
Editor’s note: The following was sent to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor from Lynbrook Village Trustee Robert Boccio in response to a letter sent to the Herald in December. more
Here are the latest letters to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway editor. more
Standing in front of Village Hall surrounded by several supporters, Lynbrook Deputy Mayor Hilary Becker announced at a news conference on Jan. 2 that he would challenge Mayor Alan Beach in the March 19 village election, citing his family’s history of public service. more
The East Rockaway Public Library will be undergoing renovations starting in early 2019, when the library will be upgrading its facilities. more
With many residents voicing concern that information was not readily available about a recently rejected proposal to construct an apartment complex and parking garage in downtown Lynbrook, Mayor Alan Beach has formed a committee to address the issue. more
A Hewlett Harbor man is due back in First District Court in Mineola on Jan. 4 to face attempted murder charges after he attacked an employee and the owner of Joey’s Pizza in Lynbrook with a machete, according to Village of Lynbrook police. more
Lynbrook Deputy Mayor Hilary Becker announced at a news conference on Jan. 2 that he will challenge Mayor Alan Beach in the village election on March 19, citing his family’s history of public service. more
Renee Persandi wanted her son, Jason, to take dance classes, but could not find a studio that would accommodate his special needs as a child with Down Syndrome. Then, she saw a post on the website for the Carle Place School District’s Special Education Parent Teacher Association, which advertised the Branch Out Dance program in Lynbrook. more
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