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“People aren’t looking any less for comfort and religious experiences,” said Rabbi Daniel Bar-Nahum, of Temple Emanu-El of East Meadow. “But the way they approach it is … more
Minutes after the City Council’s newest member, John Bendo, took the oath of office at City Hall on Monday and attempted to bridge the political divisions among the four other Democratic … more
The Magnolia Day Care and Senior Community Center is closed until Thursday after a pipe broke and caused water damage in the building, Department of Public Works Commissioner John Mirando said. … more
Long Beach firefighters rushed to the scene At 2:43pm the City of Long Beach Fire Department was alerted for a house fire on Trenton Avenue in East Atlantic Beach. First arriving units were met … more
“Oceanside isn’t exactly thriving,” said architect Dov Hadas, of Valley Stream. He listed what he believed are the sources of Oceanside’s commercial woes — poorly located municipal parking, and Town of Hempstead zoning and … more
“Oceanside isn’t exactly thriving,” said architect Dov Hadas, of Valley Stream. He listed what he believed are the sources of Oceanside’s commercial woes — poorly located municipal parking, and Town of Hempstead zoning and … more
Long Beach resident Kim Miller’s son, Danny, a second-grader at West Elementary School, had been apprehensive about riding a surfboard. A brain aneurism before birth left Danny with mobility issues … more
Behind the scenes access to the new NYCB Live Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. more
In the wake of a study released by ERASE Racism last week that raised concerns about health and safety issues at the Channel Park Homes after Hurricane Sandy, the city sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, FEMA and the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery this week calling on those agencies to address the report’s findings. more
Construction on Long Beach Island’s long-awaited coastal protection project will begin this year, and U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer announced last week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved a $209 million project partnership agreement with the city and the state. more
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