Campers at Rolling River Day Camp have been getting a rare glimpse of something unexpected this week as a dolphin has been trapped on Mill River in East Rockaway.
As the coronavirus pandemic hit Long Island hard, Lynbrook High School student Benjamin Svartz couldn’t stand idly by. The East Rockaway resident, 15, decided to give back by purchasing and …
The Lynbrook High School class of 2020 has experienced many firsts, marking history in a time of immense change and unpredictability. For one, it’s the first class to graduate at Point Lookout Park, breaking with a 50-year tradition of collecting diplomas on the Marion Street Elementary School field.
Whether it’s the village pool, the Little League baseball field or the vibrant downtown, there is evidence of former mayor Eugene Scarpato’s impact on Lynbrook in all parts of the village. Scarpato died on Tuesday at 89 of heart complications, but he leaves a lasting legacy in the village
After more than 600 residents said they wanted Lynbrook Public Schools to host their annual summer playground program, administrators announced it would return on July 27 under strict guidelines to ensure the safety of students and staff.
A Lynbrook woman pled guilty Tuesday for her role in a 2016 attack on her mother in Long Beach that led to the woman’s death in 2018. Francesca Kiel, 23, pled guilty before Judge Christopher …
The Lynbrook Fire Department battled a number of fires at a home on Lakeview Avenue on July 18.
Lynbrook High School students attended their first National Student Leadership Summit, an annual event hosted by the National Federation of State High School Associations.
A Lynbrook construction firm has to pay a $1.5 million settlement to 18 former employees who were victims of sexual harassment and workplace retaliation.
Though the coronavirus remains a concern, Lynbrook and Rockville Centre residents can still use the Lynbrook Village Pool as long as they adhere to social distancing guidelines.