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Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach and the board of trustees voted unanimously on Monday to cancel an application from a developer who sought to build a 200-unit apartment complex and four-story parking garage in downtown Lynbrook. more
“There’s been a tremendous amount of growth for business in the West End since Hurricane Sandy, and not just food businesses,” said 37-year-old Long Beach resident Dan Monteforte, co-owner of … more
While the aromas of turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes and desserts fill our homes this holiday season, statistics show that our homes may be filled with smoke too. According to the According to the … more
Long Beach City Council members joined residents and members of the Joint Veterans Organization, American Legion, American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post at a Veterans Day Ceremony at … more
A Lynbrook couple are facing second-degree murder charges in connection with the brutal 2016 beating of a Long Beach woman who died of her injuries on Saturday, nearly two years after the attack, … more
After City Council members urged developers to solicit public input on a revitalization plan for the city’s Orchard neighborhood, project managers announced Tuesday that an open house will be … more
Students of the Freeport Public Schools met Dr. Greg Olsen, an entrepreneur and scientist on Nov. 8 at the Freeport High School High School performing arts center. Students filed into the rows of … more
Last Friday night’s rain-soaked Nassau Conference IV football semifinal at Hofstra had all the markings of another nailbiter between defending champion Seaford and West Hempstead when lightning struck — on the field, not in the sky. more
Persistence is not a word normally associated with artists. Words like spontaneous or free-spirited come to mind more readily. But Seaford High School art teacher Michael Kerr not only claims to be persistent: He has it in writing. more
A Wantagh man was arrested on Nov. 5 in connection with a string of six burglaries in Seaford, according to Nassau County police. more
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