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The New York State Senate voted to pass Sen. Carl Marcellino's bill on Wednesday, which requires a feasibility study in relation to a takeover of New York American Water in the Sea Cliff district. … more
DuWayne Gregory and Liuba Grechen Shirley both want Peter King out of his 2nd District seat, and are ready to unify the Democratic Party’s support under whoever wins the June 26 Democratic Primary. more
Long Beach native Brian Adamkiewicz exchanged his skateboard for a camera in his Cannes Film Festival prize-winning short documentary, “Build Ramps Not Walls.” Adamkiewicz, 25, who graduated … more
— Landscaping a Healthy Long Beach Thursday, May 31 at 7 p.m. in the Long Beach Public Library, 111 W. Park Ave. Learn how you can landscape a healthier Long Beach for your family and pets. The … more
Village of Valley Stream trustees listened for more than two hours on May 21 to residents’ concerns about a plan to build 12 townhouses on the corner of Wallace Court and Payan Avenue, and then voted unanimously to approve a zoning variance that would pave the way for the townhouses. more
Republican city council members accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of playing politics after he attended Glen Cove’s Memorial Day parade on Monday, letting city officials know with certainty that he would … more
A mistrial was declared on Thursday, Day 47 of the trial of former Nassau county Executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda. Jurors remained deadlocked on a verdict after nearly nine days of deliberations. more
Following three heated budget meetings, and amid an outcry from residents over a proposed 12.3 percent tax increase, the City Council voted unanimously to approve a revised $95 million spending plan … more
As the rain held off on a cloudy Monday morning, hundreds of people lined West Beech Street and Park Avenue to watch as the annual Memorial Day Parade marched by. More than 500 people, including … more
A ‘large’ power outage in the East End, elevator rescues, multiple alarms, a sinking boat off the shore, and several swimmers in distress made for a busy day for Long Beach firefighters, … more
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