Standing at a lectern in the courtyard of the Cornerstone at Yorkshire building at the former site of the much-maligned Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, Mayor Alan Beach prepared to cut the ribbon on the new complex, while reflecting back on the decades of battles that several administrations had with the former motel.
As the debate over masking students in schools rages on, Lynbrook officials recently reinstated the remote learning option for those who must quarantine, at the urging of Lynbrook High School seniors …
With Liberty Utilities finalizing the $608 million purchase of New York American Water Jan. 3, many Lynbrook and East Rockaway residents have expressed hope for better service and lower rates.
A Lynbrook pizzeria was ordered to pay more than $178,000 in back wages, damages and civil penalties for failing to pay employees overtime after a federal investigation, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
If there was anything he could do to keep youth safe and engaged in their community, longtime East Rockaway Recreation Director Jerry Chapel did it. At various times, he took on the role of coach, umpire, referee, recreation director and organizer for various sports leagues, carving a lasting legacy in his community.
The Lynbrook boys’ basketball team is in a three-team race for the Conference A-4 title as the season approaches its final weeks.The Owls entered the week second in the standings with a 6-2 …
Lynbrook’s American Legion Post 335 has again won the American Legion Membership Citation, which is presented to a post that has a membership that exceeds that of the previous year.
Here is the latest crime report, courtesy the Lynbrook Police Department
A doctor who practices in East Rockaway was among 13 people who were charged by federal prosecutors in two indictments that allege they schemed to defraud auto insurers out of $100 million by bribing 911 operators and others for access to motor vehicle accident records so that they could steer patients toward corrupt doctors.
East Rockaway resident Charlie “The Cannibal” Campbell has won the majority of his fights in his professional career, but his victory on Dec. 17 in Atlantic City was even more special because it was the first time his grandfather was in attendance to see him compete.
Before I started working for the Heralds last year, a coworker raped me at a previous job.
As a former state official, I get many questions from readers, clients and friends about our political leaders. Lately, the most frequent one is, what do I think of Gov. Kathy Hochul?
Every book ever written is about the pandemic — at least that’s what I’m discovering after trying to escape the here and now through fiction.
Speaking last Friday in Woodbury before the Long Island Association, Gov. Kathy Hochul devoted much of her speech, delivered with characteristically biting humor . . .