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U.S. Rep. Peter King, a Republican from Seaford, endorsed Jack Martins, a Republican from Mineola, for Nassau County executive. King announced his endorsement at a news conference at Massapequa … more
A report of the latest arrests that occurred in Lynbrook and East Rockaway. more
Doughology owners Chris and Jackie Stiansen never met NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia. They do not know her family or friends. But Chris spent 23 years as a detective in the NYPD, and the couple felt like they had lost someone close to them when Familia was shot and killed while on patrol in the Bronx on July 5. more
East Rockaway resident Deirdre Vesce Roddin’s frustrations with Long Island Rail Road delays inspired her to take action about a month ago. Using an online printing company, she created canvas bags that say “Long Island Fail Road” and “Customers should expect delays and cancellations.” more
Steven Muller has been biking for two to four hours every Saturday and Sunday since April and will continue to do so through the first weekend in August. “I like the sense of achievement from the distances you can travel or the hills you can climb, the freedom of the road and seeing and smelling all that you pass at a speed that you can take it all in,” he said. more
On a sun-soaked summer afternoon, more than 100 people hit the links at the Seawane Country Club in Hewlett for the Lynbrook Community Chest Mayor’s Golf Outing on July 10. more
The Long Island Rail Road Long Beach branch is now operating on a limited basis after service was temporarily suspended in both directions Tuesday morning due to a disabled train blocking the Long Beach yard, according to the agency’s Facebook. more
Daryl Altman and her husband, Robert Shepard, cared for thousands of honeybees in their backyard hive for over a year. But according to the couple, it was the Village of Lynbrook that stung them. more
When a bus scheduled to take more than 40 Lynbrook High School prom-goers to the North Ritz Club in Syosset never came on June 22, one father saved the day. more
After the Lynbrook Board of Education voted to grant an easement to New York American Water to extend a water main that has caused myriad issues for residents on dead end streets last month, relief has turned into frustration for some of the homeowners. more
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