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Long Beach police officer Brian Eidens headed east on West Park Avenue at about 7:40 p.m. on Sunday, when he heard a loud bang as he pulled up to the light at Lafayette Boulevard. “I thought … more
A section of a modular home that was in the process of being lifted by a crane in the West End broke loose on Friday and crashed to the street. The incident occurred just after noon at 93 … more
Nearly two and a half years after Hurricane Sandy devastated the homes and lives of New York and New Jersey residents, Race2Rebuild’s next Run, Ride, Rebuild event will be held on Saturday, April … more
The Lynbrook High School Class of 2016 took home this year’s trophy on March 18. It was the 87th edition of the annual skit show, which Matt Sarosy, assistant principal of Lynbrook High … more
Trying to explain Rock Rivalry to someone outside of East Rockaway High School is almost impossible. There are so many elements to the competition that even explaining it to the best of my ability … more
The Women of St. James held their annual musical fundraiser, Arts from the Heart, earlier this month. In an effort to fight hunger, make the best of the long … more
The Town of Hempstead has honored two women from the East Meadow-Salisbury community whose longtime activism made them overdue for recognition: Debbie Coates and Dr. Mary Carlson. more
For the first time since 2011, the George Ennis Film Festival will return to Long Beach. The wacky and colorful annual festival benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, but was forced to take a three-year hiatus when organizer George Ennis’s home was damaged in Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy. more
North Bellmore residents will head to the polls on May 19 to vote on a proposed $8.9 million bond to renovate the community’s library, a building that staffers explained is out of space and out … more
Drew Morgan, 44, a Rockville Centre resident and financial planner, plead guilty on March 20 to embezzling nearly $1.3 million from two different nonprofits servicing those with special needs and an additional $475,000 from two sisters he was acting as a financial planner for. more
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