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It’s beach season, Long Beach. Just a little earlier than expected. City officials held a news conference last Friday on the boardwalk at Riverside Boulevard, announcing immediate changes … more
State education officials consider eliminating the Regents exam as a graduation requirement, introducing a single diploma, and offering personalized learning paths. more
Join Mary Ellen Pollina and the West End Beautification Association in their journey to transform Long Beach's West End through community efforts and artistic initiatives. more
A crowd with noisemakers in hand celebrated student and resident poets from Long Beach at the Nassau County Poet Laureate Society Scholarship Ceremony on June 12. Hosted by the Long Beach … more
The Long Beach CSEA Women’s Committee held a yoga class on the Neptune Boulevard beach on June 17. This wasn’t just a normal yoga class, though. Participants were asked to make … more
Long Beach officials held a news conference Friday, announcing immediate changes to the beach season due to a shooting at the train station Thursday evening. Officials said a large group of … more
Sanitation workers are vital to any community. They keep streets and neighborhoods clean, and prevent trash from piling up. Most of the time, they do it without any thanks. That’s … more
With hurricane season here, Mount Sinai South Nassau hosted a hurricane-preparedness workshop on June 6 to make residents aware of the serious weather they could face in the coming months. The … more
Experience the return of "Friday Nights in the Plaza" at Kennedy Plaza, Long Beach, featuring live music and arts. more
As first responders were filing into the sanctuary of Temple Emanu-El to be honored during a special Shabbat gathering, fire trucks raced by, sirens blaring. Instead of the fire … more
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