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In 1996, a young Will Skudin experienced the biggest waves he had ever seen. Hurricane Edouard had made its way to Long Beach, and the 11-year-old was just trying to keep up with his two older brothers. He would switch to his boogie board, then give surfing another go, but as he got stuck in the frothy currents, his brothers labeled him Whitewater Willy. more
With its season hanging in the balance, Long Beach worked a little overtime to advance to the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse semifinals for the third time in four years. more
A new champion will be crowned in Nassau Class AA softball after No. 4 Long Beach upended fifth-seeded Oceanside, 2-0, in a well-played quarterfinal playoff game last Saturday. more
After totaling six goals in losses to South Side and Garden City to close April and open May, respectively, Long Beach poured in 29 in back-to-back wins over MacArthur and Great Neck South in less than 48 hours to get some positivity flowing. more
As many still live in the shadow of Hurricane Sandy, which devastated the homes and lives of many Long Beach residents nearly three and a half years ago, the city took another stand against the storm last weekend with its Race2Rebuild event. more
Residents are debating four proposed development plans for the 28-acre south parcel at Belmont Park. Three of those plans involve converting the land into big-box retail outlets as well as a grocery … more
More than 150 union workers, fans, and locals rallied at the south lot of Belmont Park to urge state officials to make a decision on a proposed soccer stadium and complex that has been lying in wait … more
The county comptroller released an audit last week stating that the Nassau County Police Department exceeded its overtime budget by $96.2 million over a six-year period due to systemic under-budgeting, overly optimistic savings projections and slipshod record-keeping. more
After wining Conference II last year, Long Beach girls’ lacrosse is back in the Nassau County’s top league this year and showing it more than belongs. The Lady Marines have gone toe to toe with traditional powers and enter the home stretch of the regular season with eyes on deep postseason march in Class B. more
Playing against each other for the second time in four days and for a fourth straight day overall, Long Beach and Calhoun continued on their respective paths in Nassau Conference AA-I softball on April 21. more
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