On Armed Forces Day, the New York Elks Lodge No. 1 in Lynbrook banded together to show their patriotism and support Our Lady of Peace Church.
The coronavirus pandemic will not stop Lynbrook from honoring its heroes with a modified Memorial Day parade on Monday.
When they drive through East Rockaway, Lynbrook and other local communities, essential workers don’t have to look far to see how much they’re appreciated.
Looking to do something to keep themselves entertained and bring people together during the coronavirus quarantine, East Rockaway residents Autumn and Violet Roth came up with a delicious idea.
The Lynbrook village board voted 4-1 on May 11 to approve a $43.1 million budget for 2020-21, which will include a 2.25 percent tax increase for residents.
When she heard that first responders and front-line medical staff were in need of personal protective equipment, or PPE, Lynbrook High School sophomore Lorelei Dillon decided she was up to the task of learning how to make them.
Lynbrook residents who are tired of staying inside during the coronavirus quarantine will have the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor movie on May 22.
Edwin Lincoln Garrison, a World War II veteran and Lynbrook resident since 1953, died peacefully in his home on May 7. He was 94.
Even into his late 70s, Elbert Wilder, a longtime custodian at the Friedberg Jewish Community Center school in Lynbrook, would stand near its entrance, flail his arms and legs and dance to entertain children as they arrived.
Former East Rockaway Fire Chief James F. McCartney died peacefully on May 8 at home surrounded by family. He was 73.