To bring more students back for in-person learning at Lynbrook High School, officials announced that all seniors would be invited back to the building starting Monday.
Ashley Roth and Kathryn Postiglione may seem at first glance like two typical childhood friends, but on closer examination, you quickly realize they are far from ordinary. On Feb. 12, the pair were announced as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of Lynbrook High School’s class of 2021.
In recent months, Bryan and Lisa Lanzello and Mike and Kerrie Habert have had Lynbrook residents buzzing on social media with their Facebook raffles, which have grown in popularity and raised more than $80,000 for local businesses.
After his mother, Hsien-Ying Yeh, received a grim diagnosis of cervical cancer, Irving Chou’s lone goal became to fulfill her dying wish: to return her to her native Taiwan before she dies.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Feb. 3 that the state Department of Public Service will look into the feasibility of municipalizing New York American Water, the privately owned utility whose service and water bills have long been decried by Nassau County customers.
In 1916, Lynbrook’s New Era newspaper advertised a nifty looking, new Chevrolet at Albert F. Janecek’s auto dealership on Merrick Road.
Lynbrook firefighters saved a man from his burning basement on Feb. 21.
Staying connected during Covid-19 has been tough, but East Rockaway’s Builders Club contacted nursing homes just in time for Valentine’s Day.
While some people are accustomed to spending Valentine’s Day with a spouse or a partner, there are many people who have never celebrated the holiday because they have chosen to live a life of …
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.
I applaud the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent guidance update recommending that people who are fully vaccinated not be confined to quarantine after exposure to a case of Covid-19.
I was in Ryann’s Wines in East Meadow around the holidays, standing at the checkout, when a fellow customer, a man in his 70s, called out to a 20-something employee from across the store.
I admired Gov. Mario Cuomo so much that I actually bought an old CD of his speeches some years ago, and I actually listened to them. So I am educated in the successes and rhetorical and political skills of the Cuomo boys.