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Former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato, who rose from the Hempstead town council to become a U.S. senator from New York and one of the most powerful political figures in the country, has been … more
It took seven months for Regal Cinemas 13 to open its doors for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic reached a springtime peak, but less than three weeks later, it was again forced to shutter. more
Though the 11th annual Thanksgiving dinner at Bethany Congregational Church had to be canceled, organizer Barbara  Herrmann will still be busy preparing and delivering meals for those in need this holiday season. more
Despite the unseasonably warm weather as of late, many restaurant owners in East Rockaway, Lynbrook and across Nassau County will soon have to adjust their business models with the cold months looming. more
Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach, Nassau County Legislator William Gaylor and Lynbrook parents joined together on Oct. 20 to introduce the Purple Pumpkin Halloween Project to promote a safe and healthy holiday. more
Amid a challenging time for many people, entrepreneurs from Lynbrook and East Rockaway are using their new businesses to help give back to the community. more
For the first time in over seven months, Regal Cinemas 13 in Lynbrook opened its doors to patrons on Friday, but with a plethora of new coronavirus rules and regulations. more
With veterans organizations being among the many local community groups struggling financially amid the coronavirus pandemic, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3350 in East Rockaway has launched its Veterans’ Thrift Shop. more
Lynbrook parents said at the Oct. 14 Board of Education meeting that they were angry that students could no longer return to in-person classes if they wanted, after spending the first quarter online. District officials had previously told parents that students would be given that option at the end of the first marking period, which will end Nov. 13. more
Lynbrook Police Department Chief Brian Paladino recently caused a stir for his email in response to a complaint about a lack of enforcement  of officers wearing face coverings,  in which he wrote that he would not be a "mask Kaiser." more
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