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Jazz greats are set to perform at the annual early fall event. more
Fall’s arrival brings about that delightful celebration of all things Irish, the Nassau County Feis and Irish Festival. more
A weekend of fitness is coming to Long Beach. Between the first-ever NY Fit Fest and the returning Flex on the Beach, there will be no shortage of activities for fitness enthusiasts of all skill … more
The Long Island Crisis Center, an agency at the forefront of suicide prevention among young people, will hold its 9th annual suicide awareness walk on the Long Beach boardwalk on Sept. 17. … more
Hundreds of people packed Laurelton Boulevard beach on Sept. 9 for the 21st annual Michelle O’Neill Volleyball Tournament — one of the largest events in Long Beach. The tournament, which … more
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation championed by State Sen. Todd Kaminsky on Monday that will provide sick time to the people who worked on the rescue, recovery and cleanup after the World … more
The Long Beach Board of Education appointed an interim superintendent at a special meeting on Sept. 7 after current superintendent David Weiss announced last month that he will step down. Dr. … more
“It’s up to us to tell the stories of the days and months after Sept. 11 — how this country came together as one and worked together,” said Bobby Gies, son of the late Ronnie Gies, a … more
A Long Beach resident and Hempstead High School theater teacher is facing grand larceny charges over accusations that she used the school district to buy and sell computers, according to News 12. … more
The City of Long Beach is thrilled that the Army Corps of Engineers’ beach protection project is proceeding ahead of schedule. This long-overdue project — decades in the making — was … more
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