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A comprehensive plan can be an extremely useful tool for planning the future growth of a local community. Most importantly, it can be used to address the constant change and evolution of our … more
The Tommy Brull Foundation will hold its annual Shine-a-Light Music Series on Oct. 6 and 22, featuring a critically acclaimed line-up that includes headliners Titus Andronicus and Lucero. “This … more
Police arrested a Long Beach man on Tuesday after he and another suspect allegedly beat and robbed a man in Freeport after he attempted to retrieve his stolen bicycle. Police said that the … more
The Franklin Square Public Library is holding a Candidates Forum on Oct. 5 at 7 PM at 19 Lincoln Rd., Franklin Square. The following candidates will be attending: NYS Senate 6th - Democrat - Ryan … more
The Long Beach City Council unanimously voted to establish goals that focus on increasing participation for Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprises in city contracts during the elected body’s Sept. 20 meeting. more
On Saturday, Oct. 1 at 11 a.m., the AOH Irish Day Parade begins at Washington Boulevard and West Beech Street. There will be vendors, rides, music, food and raffles along West Beech until 5 p.m. For more events, click above. more
Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos gathered with local community leaders Thursday morning in Mineola to announce his bid for county executive next year, the first candidate to formally declare a run for Republican Ed Mangano’s seat. more
An application submitted by the developers seeking a variance at 530 W. Broadway, the current site of the Long Beach Hebrew Academy, should be denied by the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals. The … more
There was perfect autumn weather for the start of the annual 5K Walk and Health Fair at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside last Sunday. Hundreds of residents took part, helping to raise … more
The developers looking to build two 12-story luxury condominium towers at the site of the Long Beach Hebrew Academy recently applied for a variance from the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals, after months of public debate and criticism of the project. more
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