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Cornelius Ryerson — who was born in 1752 in an area called Foster’s Meadow, which is now known as Valley Stream — was a loyalist during the Revolutionary War, but his father, … more
Representatives from Vision Long Island submitted their first draft for a parking analysis in the area of the Regal movie theater to the Lynbrook village board on Sept. 18. more
On a warm night on Oct. 4 on Dock Street, many of East Rockaway’s young artists and performers showed off their talent at the East Rockaway Cultural Arts Council’s Waterfront Art Walk. more
Carlot Thertus's Creative Art Space for Kids recently celebrated its 20th anniversary of being in business in Lynbrook by displaying the works of young artists. more
For as long as Peter Ruffner, 62, can remember, the Seaford Public Library has always been a place he could rely on. When Ruffner was 9 years old, his father took him to the building on Jackson … more
Two Lynbrook residents will vie for the District 6 Legislator seat as Democratic candidate Dino Amoroso challenges incumbent Republican William Gaylor. more
The Lynbrook Public Library will be hosting a Halloween ceramic painting class on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. more
Rolling River Day Camp in East Rockaway will host its 21st annual Fall Festival on Oct. 21 from noon to 4 p.m. more
The East Rockaway Homecoming parade kicks off at Centre Avenue on Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. The Rocks’ football team will host Friends Academy at 2 p.m. at Hermanson Field at the high school on Oct. 21. more
Back in 1837, there were only about 100 houses in all of Near Rockaway — the colonial name for Lynbrook and Rockville Centre. The people of the neighborhood were joined by 300 wagonloads of visitors who arrived to pay their last respects to 139 strangers being buried in a mass grave, the result of two of the worst tragedies in the history of Long Island. more
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