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PSEG Long Island on Jan. 9 filed a state application proposing a new 7.3-mile, high-voltage power line that would run underground between substations in Uniondale and Lynbrook, and is aimed at reducing outages in the area. more
Burger Bandit owner Ryan Straschnow has stood outside his business and peered across Merrick Road with interest as the Regal movie theater construction progressed. Straschnow, 22, said he bought the restaurant, across the street on Broadway, in the hope that he could generate business from hungry theatergoers. more
The Village of Lynbrook’s hip-hop classes will begin soon. more
“Vaping” is much like smoking, only it’s done with an “electronic cigarette.” It produces no smoke, only water vapor, and is odorless, making it hard for school officials to detect when students are puffing away on their e-cigarettes. more
Lynbrook village officials are inching closer to brokering an agreement between a development company and the owner of the vacant Mangrove Feather factory to construct rental apartments on the site. more
After six years of providing taxi service for Lynbrook residents, David O’Neill sold Village Car Service to his competitor, Mineola-based All Island Taxi, on Oct. 25. more
With many village residents voicing concerns about there being a lack of available parking once the Regal Cinemas opens up on Merrick Road in Lynbrook in February, village officials have accepted an offer that would help alleviate the issue. more
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, small business owners in Lynbrook and East Rockaway are finding new ways to compete with big-box chains and online retailers. Part of their strategy is to offer incentives to entice residents to shop local, though it is not always easy. more
As she stood in her house on Prospect Avenue, Lynn Mulato said she was shocked to learn that as a homeowner paying already high taxes in East Rockaway for 28 years, she might now pay even more because of new federal tax legislation. more
When jockey Manuel Franco, dressed in pink silks, and Hopes Roar crossed the finish line first at Belmont Park on Oct. 15, part of the winner’s purse went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. more
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