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To bring more students back for in-person learning at Lynbrook High School, officials announced that all seniors would be invited back to the building starting Monday. more
In recent months, Bryan and Lisa Lanzello and Mike and Kerrie Habert have had Lynbrook residents buzzing on social media with their Facebook raffles, which have grown in popularity and raised more than $80,000 for local businesses. more
When Covid-19 cases began to climb locally, Lynbrook resident Liam Schorr didn’t hesitate to help his community. more
A push has been made for legislation that would help health care workers and volunteer first responders who served on the front lines during the Covid-19 pandemic repay their student loan debt. more
Denied the opportunity to play for months because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lynbrook and East Rockaway students were gearing up for a return to competition, with practices in several sports set to begin on Monday and games and matches starting as early as Feb. 8. more
For months, joggers, dog walkers, motorists and other passersby have stopped and gazed at a sidewalk on Roosevelt Avenue in East Rockaway. Their curiosity has been sparked by Lee Anne Bisogno-Chiulli, who has written inspirational quotes there to lift the community’s spirits during the pandemic. more
When 12-year-old Kaden Rogers saw that the Covid-19 pandemic had left some local families hungry and in need of household supplies, he collected donations to benefit them as part of his mitzvah project, a community-service deed in preparation for his bar mitzvah. more
Dec. 14, pharmacist Anthony Longo said, was the most important day of his career, as he prepared the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in New York state, and perhaps the country. more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran must quarantine for 10 days because of a recent exposure to a person who had tested positive for Covid-19. Curran's press office reported Thursday that the … more
With local businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic, Bryan Lanzello sprang into action, using social media to create raffles to help support them. more
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