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Saturday, December 20, 2014
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For three days, Pablo C. wandered the 120,000- square-mile Sonoran Desert in southwest Arizona, where temperatures can reach 118 degrees Fahrenheit in summer. He was a teenager, alone, with no food or water. more
A Long Beach man was sentenced to four years in state prison on Thursday, after he plead guilty to selling heroin to undercover narcotics detectives at a Shore Road apartment building last … more
An illegal home demolition in the West End went seriously wrong last week. Long Beach firefighters secured a California Street bungalow last Friday that was on the verge of collapsing — and … more
After a trying deployment in Iraq in 2005, former U.S. Army Sgt. Kristofer Goldsmith suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. By 2007, the psychic pain seemed inescapable for the Bellmore … more
Bob Barker always reminded viewers of “The Price is Right” to help control the animal population by having their pets spayed or neutered. The Town of Hempstead is expected to soon adopt that policy. more
Negotiations between the city and Long Beach Professional Firefighters Local 287 broke down on Tuesday, after the union rejected an offer that city officials said would have temporarily avoided the … more
The Long Beach City Council is opposing a company’s plan to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, citing environmental … more
Much-anticipated renovations at the Laurel Luncheonette & Diner, one of Long Beach’s longest surviving businesses, are scheduled to start later this month. The diner, at 300 W. Park Ave., … more
Four Long Beach High School seniors have committed to college athletic teams and recently signed letters of intent. Kelsey Larson, Nick Nigro, Matt Varian and Max Willard were recognized during a … more
Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg, the Merrick Democrat accused by his former employer of overbilling a large corporate client for millions of dollars, was expected to plead guilty to mail fraud charges in federal court in Central Islip on Dec. 11, according to a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York. He didn’t, however. more
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