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Following New York State’s legalization of recreational marijuana earlier this week, Long Beach, like other municipalities in the state, will now have the option to either opt-in or out of the sale … more
Seven-year-old Mason was so excited to see the Easter bunny and go back to Camp Anchor that he couldn't sleep Sunday night. The excitement trickled into Monday morning at the Town of Hempstead’s … more
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2021 summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach … more
The Long Beach Public Schools and three neighboring districts have collaborated with Mount Sinai South Nassau and Nassau County to open a COVID-19 vaccination pod to eligible education workers. Long … more
When she was in eighth grade, Natalia Hakimzadeh organized a walk on the Long Beach boardwalk to raise funds for Cohen Children’s Medical Center. She called city officials to obtain the proper … more
Students from Temple Emanu-El B’nai Mitzvah volunteered to donate 100 bags of personal care items to the homeless people in the City of Long Beach. The bags, which contained items like hand … more
The City of Long Beach has declared a snow emergency and warned drivers toi stay off the roads due to the heavy blowing snow. Long Beach schools are closed because of the snow storm. City … more
Ava Lithgow, 15, was sitting in her history class at Long Beach High School on Jan. 20, intently watching the inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. A smile broke across her face as the new … more
On Monday, Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Day, 6-year-old Gianna Argueta, wearing a black parka and clutching a handful of flowers, stood outside the MLK Center on Riverside Boulevard with her father, … more
The Long Beach Polar Bears Super Bowl Splash, an annual event that raises money for Make-A-Wish Metro New York, is set to make its long-awaited return on Sunday, Feb. 2. The event is organized by … more
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