The impending closures of three Catholic schools have sparked an outcry from a number of parents and parishioners. Due to declining enrollment and revenue, the Diocese of Rockville Centre will close …
After making wrestling history in the past for Lynbrook, Ally Fitzgerald will once again be a trailblazer in the sport, after accepting a scholarship to help launch the new women’s team at Sacred Heart University.
Updated at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday A 31-year-old Hempstead man, Gabriel DeWitt Wilson, was charged with one count of second-degree murder and four counts of attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly entered the West Hempstead Stop & Shop the day before and started shooting employees in the manager's office, according to officials.
The legalization of marijuana in New York state was met last week with mixed reactions from community members and elected officials.
The East Rockaway village board unanimously voted to opt out of the sale of marijuana at its meeting Monday night.
After a year of delays brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Geico field office in Lynbrook opened its doors on March 10.
For the first time in more than a year, Charlie “The Cannibal” Campbell had a mixed martial arts fight in front of fans, where he improved his professional record to 3-1 with a victory.
Kimberlee and Jared Lanning knew just what to do when their son, Jared Jr., asked for “real army soldiers” at his birthday party — they called the U.S. Army.
Pallets and boxes of food were delivered to people in need thanks to a group of volunteers who participated in the annual Move the Food Day event, which is organized each year by Lynbrook residents Rob and Mary Hallam.
In 1923, typical commuting time from Lynbrook to Pennylvania Station was 31 minutes on the express train.
This week's letters focus on the Lynbrook Fire Department and the East Rockaway village board opting out of marijuana sales.
My March 4-10 column, “Voting is an act of choice and an expression of voice,” prompted a note from someone who wanted to talk about threats to democracy. He leads a group of citizens . . .
The federal Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on April 13 advised that states temporarily pause administration of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine. There’s no question that the cases of six women who suffered unusual blood clots . . .
I don’t care if you are numb to this outrage. I don’t care if I’m numb to it. From where I sit, the carnage from gun violence in America, the continuing, ongoing, shocking deaths by gun, move to the head of the must-do list for this new administration.