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By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com While the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers begins to replenish sand as part of a federally funded $230 million beach resiliency project to protect the … more
Bring your kids to the Long Island Children’s Museum to see Danny Weinkauf and the Red Pants Band perform on July 12. more
New York American Water announced on July 10 that the company will invest $700,000 to install a new 8-inch ductile iron water main along East and West Boulevards in East Rockaway. The new water main will replace 2- and 6-inch water mains that were installed in the 1920s. The project will also include the replacement of two fire hydrants and 85 utility-owned service lines. more
New York Surf Week returns to Long Beach next week, with five days full of surf, skate, music, movie, and art events. Surf Week, presented by NYSEA, runs from July 11-15. The event has grown into … more
State, county and town elected officials as well as roughly 100 medical center staff rallied outside South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside on June 21 and called on state lawmakers to … more
After roughly two years of construction to replace the Barnum Island Bridge — a major artery between Oceanside and Island Park — the work is nearly complete, resolving traffic congestion that the … more
— Arts & Crafts Festival The Arts & Crafts Festival will take place on Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the boardwalk between Long Beach and Edwards boulevards. The … more
The Army Corps of Engineers is set to continue work on the $50 million second phase of its federally funded coastal protection project on the beach — the replenishment of sand and dune construction … more
Lynbrook resident Danny Weinkauf has been plenty busy with his main band They Might Be Giants, and his side project, The Red Pants Band is set to play two gigs at the Long Island Children's Museum more
Oceanside resident Adam Feinberg brings his 50-pound Canaan named Tux to the Bay Park Dog Park almost daily. Though he and dozens of pet owners enjoy the facility, they are also at odds with county officials over a water fountain that has been out of service since February. more
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