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Former East Rockaway Fire Chief James F. McCartney died peacefully on May 8 at home surrounded by family. He was 73. more
Edwin Lincoln Garrison, a World War II veteran and Lynbrook resident since 1953, died peacefully in his home on May 7. He was 94. more
The Lynbrook village board voted 4-1 on May 11 to approve a $43.1 million budget for 2020-21, which will include a 2.25 percent tax increase for residents. more
Many of us have felt a mixture of emotions over the past couple months as our way of living has dramatically transformed in order to enable those in our hospitals and health care facilities on the front lines to battle the virus. They are supported by first responders ensuring the safety of our communities and by the essential workers keeping the basics of our economy functioning. Lynbrook is home to many of these workers and I join with all our residents in thanking them for all that they have done and continue to do. more
Franklin Square and Elmont residents are preparing alternative Memorial Day celebrations this year, as social-distancing measures remain in place. In Franklin Square, veterans are planning a … more
The coronavirus pandemic will not stop Lynbrook from honoring its heroes with a modified Memorial Day parade on Monday. more
Looking to do something to keep themselves entertained and bring people together during the coronavirus quarantine, East Rockaway residents Autumn and Violet Roth came up with a delicious idea. more
H. Frank Carey parents and administrators played music as they drove around Franklin Square on May 16, delivering lemonade to nearly half the high school seniors. “We wanted to spread … more
By Scott Brinton, Jim Bernstein, Karen Bloom and Melissa Koenig sbrinton@liherald.com Beaches on Long Island will open for the summer on Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on May 15 to mixed … more
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to open the boardwalk and the beach for the summer, but with a number of restrictions, ending anxious weeks of waiting by residents and … more
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