As the summer blockbuster season begins, Lynbrook’s Regal movie theater will host a slate of grand-opening events from June 17 to 21, culminating with the premiere of “Jurassic World: …
After a more than yearlong review, the Lynbrook School District’s plans to use hundreds of thousands of dollars for safety initiatives and security upgrades were recently approved by the State Education Department.
A Lynbrook pharmacy owner entered felony guilty pleas in Queens County Supreme Court on Friday, admitting to defrauding the state’s Medicaid program out of $1.5 million and participating in a kickback program with a former employee of Nassau University Medical Center.
It was another banner year on the softball diamond for the girls at East Rockaway. The Rocks shared the Nassau Conference ABC-III title with South Side, won the Nassau small schools championship, and claimed Long Island supremacy for the third consecutive year and seventh time in program history.
A home improvement contractor from Smithtown pleaded guilty Thursday to scamming Hurricane Sandy victims across Nassau and Suffolk counties out of more than $100,000.
About 500 people flocked to Memorial Park on Atlantic Avenue on June 9 for East Rockaway’s 49th annual Huckleberry Frolic.
Hundreds of canoers, kayakers, paddle boarders and rafters are set to hit the water Saturday in East Rockaway for the inaugural South Shore Blueway Festival at Hewlett Point Park.
Hundreds of people came to the Main Street Firehouse in East Rockaway on June 2 to support the second annual fundraiser to benefit the Keith Lane Visual & Media Arts Scholarship. In all, about $2,500 was raised.
As of June 11, more than 100 people had signed an online petition urging East Rockaway officials to make Marion Street a one-way road for traffic between Irving Place and Waverly Avenue from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.
The yard was still as the competitors took their places by the weights during Lynbrook’s annual Strongman competition.
The Week Ahead
Guests will be taught how to use Overdrive to download books at the East Rockaway Public Library on June 16 at 10:30 a.m.
Children in kindergarten through third grade are welcome to come to the East Rockaway Public Library on June 19 at 4 p.m. for stories, crafts and science experiments.
East Rockaway and Lynbrook are each hosting pre-Prom events this week.
Here is the latest crime report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.