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The Laurel Diner, one of Long Beach’s oldest businesses, celebrated its grand reopening on April 17 after four months of extensive renovations. Both the interior and exterior of the building, … more
Malverne's treasured organic farm, opens this Saturday, April 25 with lots of festivities from noon through 4 p.m. The fun includes hayrides, a petting zoo, a bouncy house, farmers market vendors, farm tours and more. more
Attendees of the Merrick Lions Club’s April 17 fundraiser were met with a smorgasbord of delicacies, ranging from seafood to Spanish tapas, fine chocolates and more — all of it from Merrick. more
The Merrick Chamber of Commerce’s Kids Fest, a carnival with rides and games, food and family-friendly entertainment, will take place this weekend at the Merrick Long Island Rail Road station. more
Brooklyn real estate developer Bruce Ratner submitted his blueprint for the redevelopment of Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and the surrounding area, to Town of Hempstead officials on April … more
Among the more beautiful sites in Malverne is the canopy of leaves that take shape over Franklin Avenue each year due to the large trees the line the avenue. more
Amid the ceremonial sounds of a New York Police Department pipe band, former New York City police commissioner Raymond Kelly, local dignitaries, and village residents, Mayor Patti Ann McDonald, three village trustees, a village judge and more were sworn into their governmental, civil and volunteer positions at Malverne village hall last week. more
Representatives of Regal Entertainment and the Blumenfeld Development Group presented their plan to upgrade the Lynbrook movie theater to the village board at its meeting on Monday. The board … more
A group of New York City firefighters and medics representing nearly 300 members of the city Fire Department who live in Long Beach announced their support for the city’s career firefighters at a … more
City Councilman Anthony Eramo on Monday called on both the city and Local 287, the union representing the city’s career firefighters, to go back to the negotiating table amid an impasse over … more
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