Throughout the summer, Lynbrook High School student Sara Bahri spent many late nights at the Weill Cornell Medical College’s Andersen Lab of Physiology and Biophysics, in Manhattan, poring over research documents as part of a major science experiment.
After a little more than a year as Lynbrook’s police chief, Brian Paladino said that improving the relationship between officers and civilians is among his main goals going forward.
After a series of anti-Semitic attacks across the state last month, local rabbis are working to ensure the safety of their congregants and to start conversations in their communities about fostering a safe environment.
Four to five times a week, after classes end at Lynbrook South Middle School, Cooper Schorr, 12, heads to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens to take tennis lessons. He also hones his skills at weekly lessons at the Bethpage Park Tennis Center.
As Lynbrook and East Rockaway enter the New Year, there are many projects on the horizon. Officials have outlined redevelopment, road work and new business development as major goals for 2020.
The Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre’s religious school students, their families and teachers came together on Jan. 5 for a community service project.
Trying to defend North Shore’s boys’ basketball team has its challenges and Lynbrook found out firsthand last Friday night when the Vikings led from start to finish on the way to a fourth straight Conference A-IV victory and fifth overall, 53-38.
The Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce is set to host its annual installation and awards dinner at Temple Am Echad, 1 Saperstein Plaza, on Jan. 30 from 7 to 10 p.m.
Marching in weather that brought spring to mind more than winter, more than 2,000 people ranging from elected officials to religious leaders to people from across Long Island, walked a half-mile on County Seat Drive to the Theodore Roosevelt Legislative building on Franklin Avenue in Mineola to show support for the Jewish community and their opposition to hate.
Three hundred semifinalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search were announced Wednesday afternoon, and 36 seniors from Long Island high schools — including seven from the Heralds’ coverage area — were among the mix.
With the colder Long Island months upon us, it’s important to remember that as the weather cools, so does body metabolism.
The Week Ahead
Photographers of all skill levels are encouraged to come to the Lynbrook Public Library on Jan. 18 at 2:30 p.m. for a two-hour workshop.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, knitters and crocheters are welcome to join the East Rockaway Public Library’s knitting club at 6:30 p.m.
Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Centre member Joe Margolin will host a talk at the facility on Jan. 23 at 8 p.m.
Here is the latest crime and arrest report courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department.