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City officials and Long Beach residents alike marched along West Park Avenue on Monday to commemorate the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Before the annual march — which first started … more
Sounds of skates gliding across the ice and sticks battling for pucks filled the air at Grant Park on Jan. 10, as players from a growing ice hockey league in Valley Stream faced-off in a scrimmage to celebrate the addition of a new varsity team. more
The American Revolution might never have happened if social media had existed in the 1770s. George Washington might have vented his fury at the Brits on his Facebook page. more
Hundreds of members of the Long Beach School Employees Association and the Classroom Teachers Association picketed outside Long Beach Middle School before the Jan. 12 Board of Education meeting, … more
Like him or not, President Obama will always be remembered as a transformational figure. The 44th president, the first African-American, is a tremendous orator who promised . . . more
This is the time of year when families across the country are struggling to find the right colleges for their soon-to-graduate sons and daughters. There’s some promising news on the horizon for some of those students . . . more
Colette Morales, a hair stylist at Who Does Your Hair? in Bellmore, was walking down 5th Avenue in Manhattan on Jan. 9 when she saw a homeless man wearing lightweight pants curled up into a ball. This man planned to stay warm at a McDonald’s that night, when the temperature cooled to 15 degrees. more
In his news conference last Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump said that he wants to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act quickly and simultaneously. Even without a new president, Congress last week . . . more
Send in your prediction on the Mepham vs. Calhoun boys basketball game on Thursday, Jan. 26 for a chance to win L.I. Nets seats. more
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., born Jan. 15, 1929, said that the most urgent question in life is, “What are you doing for others?” Students in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District were directly asked that question last week, and their answers ranged from collecting food for the less fortunate to spending time with an individual who needs someone to listen. more
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