Sometimes you might not have enough time in your week to catch up on what you've missed in Lynbrook, so we've done a little something to help you out.
Each Friday we will recap the biggest stories from the week in Lynbrook. Just click the individual headlines to be brought straight to the original story.
A Lynbrook resident will be riding in the Belmont Stakes this Saturday atop a 3-year-old gelding.
The kicker? That Lynbrook resident is a woman.
Rosie Napravnik will become just the second woman to ride in the Belmont Stakes when she attempts to upset the favorite I'll Have Another, who is fresh off wins at the Preakness and Kentucky, and looking for the first Triple Crown since 1978.
Lynbrook never tasted so good.
Fifteen local food establishments set up shop in the Knights of Columbus’ hall on Monday night as part of the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce "Taste of Lynbrook" event.
In addition to vying for the hearts and stomachs of those in attendance, restaurant owners were also competing for awards.
The Lynbrook Farmers Market started two weeks ago on May 31 and has been a resounding success thus far, according to residents who have attended.
Bridget Atkinson said that she was impressed, especially by the amount of choices at the market and the quality of the products.
"The vendors were very friendly and chatty in sharing conversation about their produce, etc.," Atkinson said. "[I] will have to get down here regularly. So glad it has come back to Lynbrook."
BioSpecifics Technology Corporation may have played a major role in curing a rather embarrassing men's disease.
The bio-pharmaceutical company, based out of Lynbrook, was first to develop the drug Xiaflex, which aims at curing Peyronie's disease.
According to Peyronies.org, "Men with Peyronie's disease generally seek medical attention for pain or bending of the penis during erection, which results from inflammation and scarring in a particular part of the male anatomy known as the tunica albuginea."