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State, county and local officials will discuss the state of Long Beach’s drinking water at a public forum at City Hall on July 24, a month after the city’s drinking water tested positive for … more
Just a day before they received their diplomas, more than 50 Long Beach High School students and their dates gathered at the Monzon’s residence on June 25 for a pre-prom celebration before their … more
James “Jimmy” Bernhardt passed away in peace on Friday, June 21, at the age of 63 surrounded by family and friends in Longwood, Fla. He is survived by his loving wife, Catherine, and his … more
Three Long Beach Democrats who challenged the incumbent slate swept Tuesday’s Democratic primary in a City Council race that many considered a referendum on the city administration and … more
Surf for All, a Long Beach-based non-profit that organizes surf outings and other events for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities — as well as war veterans and … more
Long Beach police are investigating an incident that occurred on West Beech Street Friday morning in which a man was severely injured in a possible chemical mishap. Police Commissioner Mike … more
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously at Tuesday’s meeting following a budget hearing to override the state tax cap as members consider a proposed 8 percent tax increase and $98 million … more
Six years after Hurricane Sandy, the Town of Hempstead sent out letters to 13,000 homeowners on March 18 informing them that their homes may have sustained damage from the storm. The letter from … more
Island Park resident Kieran Byrne was named Most Valuable Player at the state hockey championships. more
The City of Long Beach announced that a local dog will be a featured player in this year’s “Puppy Bowl Presents: Dog Bowl II” on Animal Planet. At a news conference at City Hall Friday, … more
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