The East Rockaway School District PTAs at Centre and Rhame Avenue elementary schools and the high school are hosting a Meet the Candidates Night for those seeking election on the Board of Education on May 4.
Lynbrook was buzzing Friday night as Regal Cinemas 13 reopened, ushering in a bit of a return to normalcy.
Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, construction began on the long-awaited Bay Park Conveyance Project.
The impending closures of three Catholic schools have sparked an outcry from a number of parents and parishioners. Due to declining enrollment and revenue, the Diocese of Rockville Centre will close …
The East Rockaway village board unanimously voted to opt out of the sale of marijuana at its meeting Monday night.
John Donald was elected chief of the Lynbrook Fire Department on April 8. Donald, a member of Rescue Hook, Ladder & Bucket Company No. 1, better known as Truck Company, carries on a family tradition in the fire service.
Two groups of students from Lynbrook South Middle School have reached the final 15 of PSEG’s I am EM-Powered Program and Student Challenge, which saw students from all over Long Island create 30 to 45 second public service announcement videos promoting efficient energy use.
With a rate hike of as much as 26 percent facing New York American Water customers on May 1, elected officials have sought to save Long Island ratepayers tens of millions of dollars on their bills while creating a path for a public takeover of the water system.
After a year of delays brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Geico field office in Lynbrook opened its doors on March 10.
For 19 years I have called the United States my home, my safe place and a country that I dearly love. Yet it continues to deny me recognition as one of its own as a result of my immigration status.
Once upon a time, partisan politics was a simple business. There were two major parties, and they both had simple strategies for staying in power. The voters were attracted to either . . .
Did we graduate yet? This was the college we neither applied to nor wanted to attend. This was the education we could have lived without.