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The Long Beach Board of Education appointed William Stroud as principal of Long Beach High School at the April 8 meeting. His appointment is effective July 15. A nationally recognized educator … more
An employee at Long Beach High School was struck and killed as he walked to work on Friday morning, police said. According to Long Beach police, the incident occurred at 5:55 a.m. at Park Avenue … more
Corey Klein, the city’s corporation counsel for 20 years, will run as a Democrat for City Court judge this year, and is looking to fill the remainder of Judge Roy Tepper’s 10-year term beginning … more
A $1 million federal civil rights lawsuit filed against the city last year by a former city attorney — who was fired 48 hours after he announced his run for Long Beach City Court judge — was … more
More than a year after it reopened following damage from Hurricane Sandy, J.W. Trainor’s, a popular bar and restaurant in the West End, will hold its 40th anniversary celebration next week. … more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce will kick off its annual Restaurant Week on April 25, an event that runs through May 10. The event will coincide with the first of the chamber’s three … more
A spaghetti dinner that the Knights of Columbus of the Merricks held for the community on April 5 drew hundreds of Merokeans to Sacred Heart School’s cafeteria ... more
The North and Central Merrick Civic Association threw its annual Spring Eggstravaganza on April 12 at Fraser Park in North Merrick. Merrick families with young children flocked to the park at 11 a.m., finding a Wonka-like field of multi-colored eggs ... more
Merokean Dina Lohan, 51, mother of actress Lindsay Lohan, pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated, an A misdemeanor, and speeding, a traffic violation, on Tuesday at Nassau County District Court in Hempstead. more
When New York state debuted new standardized tests for third- to eighth-graders in English and math last year, a handful of Merrick parents told school administrators that they would not allow their children to take them. Earlier this month, the number of students whose parents have joined this protest nearly doubled at Merrick Avenue Middle School, more than doubled in the North Merrick School District and more than tripled in the Merrick School District. more
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