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As the City Council searches for a new city manager to succeed Nassau County Comptroller-elect Jack Schnirman, the council is expected on Tuesday to appoint Police Commissioner Mike Tangney acting … more
Residents and visitors alike gathered in the West End for the fifth annual Long Beach Electric Light Parade on Saturday. People lined West Beech Street as antique cars, fire trucks, floats and … more
Exhausting all attempts to appeal a default judgment in its fight against a potentially crippling $50 million lawsuit that a condo developer first filed in 2003, the City Council voted 4-0 to retain … more
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously on Dec. 5 to pay the remainder of a $3.5 million judgment awarded earlier this year to a former Oceanside resident who was crushed by a police SUV while … more
Applause broke out at Elmont Memorial High School on Sunday as the two finalists for the development of Belmont Park announced plans to create thousands of temporary and permanent jobs as part of ambitious plans to develop the racing center further. more
Town of Hempstead Supervisor-elect Laura Gillen held a news conference on the steps of Town Hall last Thursday to lambaste outgoing Supervisor Tony Santino’s plans to enact a contract amendment that would prohibit future termination of civil service employees, except for cause. That is, no layoffs would be allowed. more
Snow started falling across Nassau County and Long Beach around 10 a.m. on Saturday, and by noon an inch to two inches had already accumulated. The National Weather Service was predicting three … more
Family, friends and fans gathered at the Allegria Hotel on Saturday to celebrate the life of the late Gustav Ahr, also known as rapper Lil Peep. Lil Peep, who was born and raised in Long Beach, … more
Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos released an audit last week that found that the county’s concessions vendor may have violated the county’s Living Wage Law, among other violations. … more
By Anthony Rifilato arifilato@liherald.com In what officials and medical experts called “historic” legislation, the City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to prohibit the sale of tobacco … more
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