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State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office is looking into six years worth of “separation” payouts given to City of Long Beach union and non-union employees as part of a comprehensive audit of the … more
Six years ago, Long Beach was a city on the brink. We faced an inherited fiscal crisis and the daunting prospect of rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. But working together, we rebuilt and made hard … more
The city’s zoning board of appeals is expected to vote Thursday on whether to extend a building permit and variance granted to the developer of the Superblock property, iStar Financial, to build … more
With its last five regular-season games decided by a total of six goals, Long Beach was as battle tested as any team for the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse playoffs. more
The dead humpback whale that washed up on Long Beach Friday was likely hit by a boat, experts say. The 32-foot long female humpback was found beached on Friday afternoon near Lafayette Boulevard. … more
The small-house movement — where people choose to downsize their living space in homes 100- to 400- square-feet for reasons that are both environmental and financial — has become synonymous with … more
Q. I was wondering about our new gas stove. We’re just finishing the design of our new kitchen renovation, and some of the kitchen designers we talked to said we needed a hood, while others said . . . more
Officials announced this week that weekend bus service and trips to Point Lookout would be restored Saturday after the rides were eliminated last month in the midst of the city’s financial … more
Performances/On Stage Blackberry SmokeThe country rock band in concert, Thursday, May 17, 8 p.m. With special guests Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown. The Space, 250 Post Ave. Westbury. … more
Aztec Two-Step takes on Paul Simon's tunes in their latest concert. more
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