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.
Chants of “Adopt, don’t shop!” and “There’s no excuse for animal abuse!” echoed outside Shake A Paw in Lynbrook on Sunday as dozens of protesters gathered after a …
Many East Rockaway firefighters say they experience a wave of emotions when reflecting on Oct. 11, 1970.
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.
At a young age, Eligio Guarino fell in love with soccer while watching it with his father and grandfather. Now, at 17, he is playing professionally with the New York Cosmos Soccer Club.
Nine months into a worldwide pandemic, less than half of metro area residents said they plan to get a Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available, according to the latest Mount Sinai South Nassau public health poll.
Learn, and create a mold. For the aspiring journalist, high school and college years are the best times to absorb, produce, find a writing niche and persist.
Lynbrook firefighters and police officers responded to a car accident and overturned vehicle at the intersection of Merrick Road and Ocean Avenue on Oct. 17.
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.
As a way to promote pedestrian safety and safer roadways, the Lynbrook Police Department is participating in the Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Mobilization program “Operation See, Be Seen” in the latter half of October.
For 15 years, Kathleen Rice has worked hard to serve the public, first as the Nassau County District attorney and then as a member of Congress, and she deserves another term representing the 4th Congressional District. Though her opponent, Douglas Tuman, showed a commendable desire to serve in Congress, Rice is the more well-rounded, experienced candidate.
The Ninth State Senate District includes a wide swath of southwestern Nassau County, from the sand in Long Beach to the streets of busy Rockville Centre, as well as portions of Valley Stream, Elmont and the Five Towns.
The Herald endorses State Assemblywoman Judy Griffin in the race for the seat in the 21st District. In her first term, Griffin has been a forceful advocate for her constituents in Albany, …
For the past four years, District 20 Assemblywoman Melissa “Missy” Miller, a Republican, has been in the minority party in the State Assembly, but that hasn’t stopped her from …