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Hurricane Sandy proved, beyond a reasonable doubt, what many experts had long predicted: Long Island’s South Shore could flood in a big storm. But what of the future? Could it flood again? How badly? To answer such questions, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has partnered with the state Department of Environmental Conservation and Nassau County to conduct a risk management study of the South Shore’s back bays. more
Fox 5 anchor Ernie Anastos, author Joan Bauer and film, TV and literary luminaries were on hand last week when Malverne Mayor Patti Ann McDonald received the Christopher Leadership Award. more
Eight years after the Oceanside community raised $118,000 for its last Relay For Life event in 2009, schools, community groups and residents are on the homestretch of a final push to break that mark as the June 3 fundraiser quickly approaches. more
Nassau County Democratic Committee Chairman Jay Jacobs said the party would likely announce its slate of candidates for Long Beach City Council before its convention on May 31. Local Democrats … more
The Long Beach Republican Committee announced its slate of candidates for City Council last week, in what is sure to be a heated race as Democrats attempt to put on a united front to retain three … more
The Long Beach Waterfront Warriors held its 10th annual fundraiser at Lola’s Kitchen & Wine Bar on May 8 to support wounded soldiers. The nonprofit organization helps provide a much-needed … more
The devil hands him a bowl of Dutch Masters cigars. A baby gives him a 40-ounce bottle of malt liquor. Dressed in pope’s garb, Masta Maudz uses the foil-wrapped sticks of tobacco to stir the … more
Closing arguments were heard on May 22 at the final hearing of Lisa Weitzman, a former Long Beach Middle School teacher accused of abusing five of her special education students between 2009 and … more
The City Council voted unanimously on May 16 to approve a $93.5 million budget for fiscal 2017-18, a spending plan that stays within the 1.26 percent tax cap and includes a property tax increase of … more
City officials are at odds with the developer of the Superblock over a letter that the company, iStar Financial Inc., is requesting from the city showing its support for an $82 million, 20-year tax … more
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