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On Nov. 4, the Veterans Legal Assistance Project, which was formed by law student-veterans in 2012, held its biannual one-day law clinic dedicated to veterans at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law. There, pro-bono attorneys helped veterans with discharge upgrades, pending appeals and estate planning. more
A public hearing scheduled for Monday where a developer was to present ideas for an apartment complex and parking garage for downtown Lynbrook has been postponed, Mayor Alan Beach confirmed. more
It was last Thanksgiving when Burger Bandit owner Ryan Straschnow was returning to his restaurant to pick up some foil and encountered a hungry homeless man. He brought the man inside his establishment and cooked him a meal, which he said brought him a lot of joy and sparked an idea. more
Patients at Lynbrook Restorative Therapy and Nursing waved American flags, sang patriotic songs and thanked their fellow veterans at the nursing facility’s Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 12. more
A public hearing where a developer was to present ideas for an apartment complex and parking garage for downtown Lynbrook has been postponed, Mayor Alan Beach confirmed. more
When East Rockaway firefighters realized that their firehouse on Main Street was not large enough to function as a relief center after Hurricane Sandy, Pastor Mark Lukens volunteered to use Bethany Congregational Church as a gathering place. more
On the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, veterans, residents and elected officials gathered in Lynbrook and East Rockaway on Sunday to commemorate Veterans Day. more
Plaza Theatrical Productions will perform “Pinkalicious,” a musical about what happens when a pink-loving enthusiast develops Pinkitis — an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe. more
Ralph Keppler, 27, and Francesca Kiel, 21, both of Lynbrook, are charged with the murder of Francesca's mother, Theresa Kiel, of Long Beach, who died Saturday after a 2016 attack left her in a vegetative state. more
The Republican-majority Hempstead Town Board on Oct. 30 passed its $432.5-million budget by a vote of 6-1. Town Supervisor Laura Gillen, a Democrat, did not endorse the spending plan, which, she said, relied on uncertain savings to fund an $11-million tax cut. more
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