The Lynbrook Police Department arrested a Rockville Centre man on Thursday for driving while intoxicated and possessing two loaded pistols.
Chants of “Eddie! Eddie!” filled the Huntington Hilton on Nov. 20 as Lynbrook resident Ed “Formerly Fast Eddie” Parry entered the ring for the 14th annual Long Island Fight for Charity boxing event.
Lynbrook village officials are inching closer to brokering an agreement between a development company and the owner of the vacant Mangrove Feather factory to construct rental apartments on the site.
As she stood in her house on Prospect Avenue, Lynn Mulato said she was shocked to learn that as a homeowner paying already high taxes in East Rockaway for 28 years, she might now pay even more because of new federal tax legislation.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, small business owners in Lynbrook and East Rockaway are finding new ways to compete with big-box chains and online retailers. Part of their strategy is to offer incentives to entice residents to shop local, though it is not always easy.
A Hanukkah reflection
Rabbi Andrew Warmflash offered his thoughts about Hanukkah, which is observed from Dec. 12 through 20 this year.
Director John J. Budion’s film about his experiences growing up in East Rockaway has continued to create a buzz and has generated plenty of early success.
After six years of providing taxi service for Lynbrook residents, David O’Neill sold Village Car Service to his competitor, Mineola-based All Island Taxi, on Oct. 25.
With many village residents voicing concerns about there being a lack of available parking once the Regal Cinemas opens up on Merrick Road in Lynbrook in February, village officials have accepted an offer that would help alleviate the issue.
More than a decade after the Lynbrook Neighborhood Watch disbanded due to a lack of funding and membership, two residents are seeking to revive it and held their first meeting on Nov. 29 at Lynbrook Fire Department Headquarters to share suggestions for keeping the community safe.
The Week Ahead
Adults over the age of 18 can paint winter trees and snow on glass at the Lynbrook Public Library on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m.
The villages of Lynbrook and East Rockaway will each host menorah lightings this week.
The East Rockaway Public Library will be holding a demonstration on Dec. 11 at 6:30 p.m.
Here is the latest arrest report for Lynbrook and East Rockaway.
A Hanukkah message
Rabbi Sandra Bellush offered her reflections on Hanukkah, which begins Dec. 12.