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The Laurel Diner, one of Long Beach’s oldest businesses, celebrated its grand reopening on April 17 after four months of extensive renovations. Both the interior and exterior of the building, … more
Brooklyn real estate developer Bruce Ratner submitted his blueprint for the redevelopment of Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and the surrounding area, to Town of Hempstead officials on April … 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
Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life — and deciding on a particular house comes with many options. Buyers in … more
The sun was shining on one of the nicest days of the year as the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce held it’s first Exotic Car Show last Sunday at Kennedy Plaza. The event, presented by Nassau … more
It’s been over five months since the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that Environmental Sciences Associates was awarded an $8 million contract to conduct a Federal Part 150 study to study aircraft noise patterns and evaluate the potential to reduce noise exposure in the vicinity of John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia airports. That’s a fact. 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
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
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