Many East Rockaway firefighters say they experience a wave of emotions when reflecting on Oct. 11, 1970.
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."
Suez Water Long Island, which manages the Bay Park Wastewater Treatment Plant for Nassau County, recently completed a $19.6 million project to install special tanks at the plant that will remove up …
Standing at a lectern on the clean, newly renovated Lynbrook Long Island Rail Road station platform on Wednesday surrounded by elected officials, engineers and LIRR officials, Mayor Alan Beach recalled the arduous process it took to complete repairs that were needed there for decades.
Marisa Soto said she was initially excited to welcome a new puppy into her home as a birthday gift for one of her daughters, but when the dog — and a replacement — died, her exuberance turned into anger.
In the Fourth Congressional District, incumbent Kathleen Rice, a Democrat from Garden City, faces Douglas Tuman, a Republican from West Hempstead.
Lynbrook resident Arthur Henry Heintze died on Sept. 30 at the Water’s Edge Center for Health & Rehabilitation in Middletown, Conn. He was 89.
As the coronavirus continues to be a challenge for movie theaters, Cineworld, the parent company of Regal Cinemas, announced on Oct. 8 that it will temporarily suspend operations at all of its 536 theaters in the U.S., including the one in Lynbrook. Though the Lynbrook theater has remained closed since the height of the pandemic, Regal reopened theaters in other states in August, but has now decided to shutter all of them temporarily.
A development firm caused a stir in Lynbrook last week when it posted fliers in the neighborhood and revealed plans on social media to build an 18-unit luxury condominium project in the village.
In August, Legionnaire Bill Marinaccio took over as the commander of Lynbrook’s American Legion Post 335, which he has been a member of since 2009.
Pat Foye, chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has said that service on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro North could be reduced by as much as 50 percent — and bus and subway service by 40 percent — in the coming months if . . .
I was asked by a local proprietor why so many educators vote Democratic. I asked, “How do you know they do?” He blithely answered, “Well, I read it in the paper.” Our brief exchange was a friendly one, but it reminded me . . .
Millions of Americans seem to be manifesting what has been called “insane” behavior: They keep doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different and better result. They keep flouting coronavirus regulations . . .