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Last June, hundreds of people marched on the Long Beach boardwalk to protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis the month before. They carried signs and chanted “We want justice!” and … more
Six of the seven candidates running for three seats on the Long Beach City Council found themselves largely in agreement on such major issues as the need for a civilian-complaint review board, a … more
Long Beach Police Commissioner Ron Walsh has disclosed that he plans to initiate a first-of-its-kind-on-Long-Island program that will ask anyone who has any type of contact with a city police officer … more
Sen. Charles Schumer announced at a news conference Thursday that $19 million was allocated in President Joseph Biden’s proposed 2021-22 budget to complete a project to dredge the Jones Beach … more
In its continuing effort to recoup what the city calls improper separation payments, Long Beach has filed complaints in Supreme Court in Mineola against one current and one former employee, saying … more
Beachgoers in Long Beach will be seeing something new for the first time at the shorefront this summer- electronic passes that will be offered as an alternative to the traditional plastic passes used … more
A highly vocal crowd gathered on the Long Beach boardwalk last Sunday morning for a press conference at which LGBT Network officials called for the resignation of the city’s police commissioner and … more
By a count of 1115 to 245, residents approved the Long Beach School District’s $144 million budget for the 2021-22 school year on Tuesday night. The spending plan is about half a million lower … more
Three candidates are running for two open Board of Education seats in the Long Beach School District’s May 18 election: incumbent Sam Pinto and challengers Dr. Pamela Banks and Alexis Pace. … more
Long Beach officials had some good news Tuesday night for taxpayers - the proposed tax rate for the new fiscal year will be 4.9 percent, down from the previous proposed 6.3 percent. The proposed … more
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