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After a difficult 2015 season, Long Beach’s girls’ cross-country program is running in the right direction. more
The plane noise plaguing parts of Queens and Nassau counties was the focus of discussion last week at a citizen advocacy meeting to explain NextGen, a satellite GPS technology that the Federal Aviation Administration says has resulted in $1.6 billion in benefits to airlines and travelers by allowing planes to fly more frequently and closer together, take more direct routes and save time and fuel. more
To mark the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, Race2Rebuild, a nonprofit that raises money through marathons and other endurance races to help displaced homeowners rebuild after natural disasters … more
Cakes created by Valencia Bakery have been known to the New York metropolitan area for more than 60 years. This popular establishment, which first opened in the Bronx in 1948 . . . more
Q. We’re trying to decide on making more space, adding a den and deck in the back and redoing our kitchen. I know we need a permit, even for the deck. How much will our taxes increase, and is there any alternative . . . more
City Hall and Kennedy Plaza could be relocated to the Stop & Shop property as part of a larger comprehensive development and economic revitalization plan that city officials said they hope to pass this year and implement over the next few decades. more
Exhibits and more... A Feast for the EyesAn exhibit that explores how food has inspired art. Eclectic portrayals of food, restaurants, cafes, shops, parties, and table decorations are presented … more
The first Long Beach Oyster Festival “Taste of the Sea” event is set to kick off on Oct. 22. The event will feature three different types of oysters and a clam bar at Jetty Bar & Grill from 1 … more
The Oct 9 debate left me feeling as if I needed a shower. What a low point in our political life. Eventually, the mud-slinging covers us all with debris. As an American citizen . . . more
President Obama and Hillary Clinton continue to throw out economic numbers and statistics, claiming that the American economy is stronger than ever, since there are more jobs in varied industries and much less unemployment. However . . . more
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