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Moku surf shop held its sixth annual Longboard Classic on Aug. 18, an event that gave winners an opportunity to compete in the World Surf League’s International Longboard Tour in Long Beach on … more
City officials honored Police Officers Ryan Kraemer and Lukas Dikranis on Tuesday at City Hall for saving the life of a Long Beach resident. According to Long Beach Police Department spokesman … more
Long Beach City Council President Anissa Moore pledged to seek full restitution for any overpayments to current and former employees in the wake of a scathing audit of the city’s payout practices. … more
A former federal prosecutor who is representing the city amid an investigation into its payout practices criticized Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas after she slammed the city Thursday … more
The Freeport Housing Authority will receive a $250,000 grant to add lighting and improve security at the Rev. John J. Madden and Mitchell Mallette senior housing developments in Freeport, on South Main Street and North Main Street, respectively, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. more
The Town of Hempstead and New York state are moving forward with a $4.5 million project to enhance storm protection on the shore of Baldwin Harbor Town Park, officials said. The project, which … more
Long Beach resident Ronald Malone was among the thousands of elite cyclists who competed in the 2019 Campagnolo Gran Fondo New York World Championship on May 19, a 100-mile race that begins in New … more
Many homeowners across Lynbrook, East Rockaway and the South Shore have seen a sharp rise in their water bills over the past two years. more
Dozens of residents circulated around a room full of tables at the Lynbrook Knights of Columbus on Aug. 20, when they had the chance to ask questions of, and offer suggestions to, the developers of an apartment complex planned for the site of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn. more
Golf carts drove across the green at the Seawane Club in Hewlett Harbor on a sun-soaked summer afternoon on Aug. 22, occupied by foursomes from Temple Avodah who prepared to tee off at its annual golf outing. more
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