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Jews throughout Valley Stream celebrated the Jewish festival of Sukkot last week — translated as the Feast of Tabernacles ­— celebrating the fall harvest and commemorating the 40 years Jews spent wandering the desert after their Exodus from Egypt. more
Nassau County police arrested a Long Beach man on drug charges Monday after they discovered cocaine and other narcotics in his home. The Police Department’s Major Case Bureau said that … more
The Long Beach Police and Fire Departments responded to a collision at East Elementary School on Sunday at around 8 a.m. Fire officials said that the driver of the vehicle — an elderly man — … more
The Cruzada Evangelico Misionera Church, on Long Beach Boulevard, was crowded on Tuesday with boxes of supplies that volunteers loaded onto a truck, destined to become part of a relief shipment bound … more
It’s no secret that many surfers from Long Beach head to Puerto Rico during the winter months to take advantage of the good surf. Now, the local surfing community is coming together to help … more
The Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 17 of Long Beach is set to host the 28th annual Saint Brendan the Navigator Long Beach Irish Heritage Day Parade and Festival on Saturday. The parade, one … more
“It felt like there were fireworks,” Long Beach resident Denise Carroll told the Herald on Monday. The death toll in Las Vegas was climbing that day, after a lone gunman opened fire with an … more
A team of Long Beach volunteers that refer to themselves as “Waves of Hope” made their way down to Texas last month to spread a message of resilience and hope to hurricane victims. A dozen … more
Bryan Blomquist may be retired from the Lynbrook Police Department, but he is still hard at work. He dedicates more than 40 hours a week to raising money for Long Island Sled Hockey Inc., an organization that gives people with disabilities the opportunity to play the sport for free. more
In August 1953, another fraternal organization, the Free and Accepted Masons (Freemasons), opened a local chapter — Valley Stream Lodge No. 143. They did not buy a building in Valley Stream at that … more
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