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Thursday, April 24, 2014
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On Saturday, April 26, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., 30 locations throughout Nassau County will serve as "drop-off" sites for individuals to dispose of prescription drugs. more
One terrible day –– May 15, 2005 –– broke the mundane routine that Kristofer Goldsmith, a Bellmore native and a former U.S. Army sergeant, had settled into while on duty in … more
After braving a merciless winter, which closed out last month with four consecutive snowstorms and a record number of potholes, motorists across Nassau County are still hoping to end a rough commute … more
On April 21, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the recall of “Clingy Darts,” a children’s toy that contains harmful amounts of a chemical toxin. The New York Department of … more
Major police activity has been reported on Laurelton Avenue. SWAT on the scene at home. No confirmation on reports of hostage activity, as reported on social media and some residents on scene. … more
A shooting incident reported on Laurelton Boulevard this afternoon — which drew a large police presence, including Nassau County SWAT and helicopters, and crowds of onlookers — turned out to be … more
The action became very real for a 17-year-old Long Beach resident who was playing the video game Call of Duty on Tuesday, after police said that a bitter opponent made a false 911 call claiming the … more
Long Beach police arrested a retired New York City corrections officer last Saturday after he allegedly threatened a pedestrian with a handgun during an altercation at the Waldbaum’s Shopping … more
The Long Beach Board of Education appointed William Stroud as principal of Long Beach High School at the April 8 meeting. His appointment is effective July 15. A nationally recognized educator … more
An employee at Long Beach High School was struck and killed as he walked to work on Friday morning, police said. According to Long Beach police, the incident occurred at 5:55 a.m. at Park Avenue … more
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