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South Nassau Communities Hospital formally announced Wednesday that it is planning to hold a community meeting in Long Beach sometime in March, where residents will be able to speak to hospital … more
An injured, male harbor seal was recovered from Long Beach on Feb. 22 by the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research & Preservation and taken to their emergency rescue hospital. Many residents took to Facebook to wish the seal a speedy recovery share photos of the animal on the beach. more
Despite being one of the coldest Super Bowl Splashes in recent memory, the Long Beach Polar Bears brought in $500,000 at their annual event earlier this month. All proceeds benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation. more
The Long Beach School District began budget talks for the 2015-16 school year at the Feb. 10 Board of Education meeting, discussing two options for the spending plan and addressing the district’s fiscal health following the release of a state audit last month. more
More than two years after Hurricane Sandy damaged thousands of trees throughout Long Beach, resulting in their removal and prompting actor Billy Crystal and city officials to call on the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay for their replacement, the city presented a comprehensive plan last week to restore the aesthetic of tree-lined streets. more
Long Island residents got a taste of Hollywood glamour at the “Live on Stage” Oscar viewing party at Molloy College’s Madison Theatre. more
The City Council expressed its ongoing frustration with New York Rising last week, calling on the agency to cut more red tape that has brought the recovery process to a standstill for many homeowners, more than two years after Hurricane Sandy. more
U.S. Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced last week that more than $5 million in federal Hurricane Sandy aid had been earmarked for Long Island, $4.1 million of which will go to … more
When members of the City Council were first elected in 2011, they promised to usher in unprecedented transparency and open government, citing the shortcomings of the previous administration and their … more
The Eagle Avenue bridge, off exit 18 of the Southern State Parkway, isn’t just any old overpass. With a height of just 7 feet, 7 inches, it has one of the lowest clearances of any bridge on any Long Island parkway, and is struck from beneath by oversized trucks an average of three times a year, according to the New York State Department of Transportation. more
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