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Lynbrook historical odds & ends: Horses and steam cars don't mix

A look back at a horse and steam car accident in 1891.

Lynbrook to host contested village election on March 16

Three candidates will vie for two trustee seats and two others will vie for village justice in the Lynbrook village election on March 16.

Lynbrook schools celebrate a very ‘Hamilton’ Human Relations Day

Nothing — not even a pandemic — was going to stop teacher Mary Kirby and her band of 60 highly determined students from hosting Lynbrook High School’s annual Human Relations Day.

Lynbrook Fire Department trains at home set to be torn down

Under the command of Chief Michael Brooks, Lynbrook firefighters got a chance to conduct a training session at a home that was set to betorn down on Feb. 6.

Young Lynbrook dancer excelling at prestigious school

Kayla Marie Mingo said when she first tried dance at the age of 3, she wasn’t a big fan of it. Now, she is excelling at the prestigious Edge School of the Arts in Queens, where she takes six types of dance courses and plays piano.

Letter to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor (Feb. 18-24)

This week's letter to the Editor comes in response to a recent column by Randi Kreiss.

Jerry Kremer

Laura Curran is handling Nassau County with aplomb

There are many benefits to getting older, although I often wish that I were a lot younger. When it comes to Long Island politics, I have pretty good recall going back to the mid-1950s.

Scott Brinton

Finding peace again, post-Trump

We lost our sense of normalcy in recent years, didn’t we? Nearly every morning of his presidency, Donald J. Trump treated us to . . .

Randi Kreiss

Grab your ladle: The soup’s on the table

This column is back by popular demand. Well, in truth, only one reader, shivering through the freezing weather, remembered that I once wrote about winter soups, and asked me to do another one.