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An overwhelming majority of residents who voted on the Merrick Library’s 2015-16 budget — more than 83 percent — supported the proposal, which will take effect July 1. more
A group of New York City firefighters and medics representing nearly 300 members of the city Fire Department who live in Long Beach announced their support for the city’s career firefighters at a … more
City Councilman Anthony Eramo on Monday called on both the city and Local 287, the union representing the city’s career firefighters, to go back to the negotiating table amid an impasse over … more
Trustee Vincent Grasso held on Saturday the first of six town hall-style meetings designed to outline four major initiatives he is hoping to begin during in the next year. One person, Alan … more
Hundreds of people crowded the sixth floor of City Hall on Monday, calling on representatives of South Nassau Communities Hospital and the state Department of Health to fully invest $154 million in … more
As part of its effort to restructure emergency medical services in Long Beach, the city announced this week that it has partnered with South Nassau Communities Hospital to operate an additional … more
A Long Beach man was arrested on Sunday and charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting two days earlier in which another man was seriously injured, but fled his attacker and managed … more
A man was shot in the chest on Friday night in Long Beach, which sparked a search for the gunman and shut down a section of Long Beach Road as police investigated the incident. Police told … more
State Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky and the Long Beach City Council are hosting a public forum with representatives from the state Department of Health and South Nassau Communities Hospital on Monday, … more
On March 31, a crowd of roughly 150 people, mostly parents and teachers in Bellmore and Merrick, packed the auditorium at Brookside School in North Merrick for a forum on the state’s education policies. more
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