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Carol Burak was sworn in as the new Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce president on Jan. 10. Burak has been a member of the chamber for 24 years and previously served in the role of secretary. The Herald recently spoke with Burak and conducted a question and answer session with the new chamber president. more
At the Atria Tanglewood senior center in Lynbrook, Lee Browning of Browning Hotel Properties LLC of Riverhead, addressed an audience that included business owners, village personnel, Chamber of Commerce members and residents, and discussed the exhaustive history of a proposed Courtyard by Marriott hotel for downtown Lynbrook. more
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced a plan to modernize 16 of Long Island’s train stations in his annual Long Island regional State of the State address on Jan. 10. Among other projects, he proposed investing $5 million to upgrade the Valley Stream Long Island Rail Road station. more
Nearly a year after the State Liquor Authority granted Starbucks a license to sell wine and beer at its Long Beach location, the high-end coffee chain revealed this month that it would stop selling … more
Long Beach police arrested a 24-year-old man on Sunday after he allegedly left his 6-year-old nephew home alone while he went to the gym, Newsday reported. Police said the boy's uncle, David … more
Long Beach was featured on an episode of HGTV’s “Island Life” Sunday called “Trading Skyline for Shoreline.” The show aired at 10 p.m.Barbara Mullaney, a local realtor … more
“I’ll be on Cloud 9 if anyone needs me — World Champions #USA,” Long Beach native Charlie McAvoy tweeted after the United States defeated Canada, 5-4, on Jan. 5 to win the world junior hockey … more
A week after the City Council announced that it was seeking candidates to fill a seat vacated by Eileen Goggin on Jan. 1, a number of potential successors have emerged, including at least two former … more
Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid commonly used for surgery and for treating cancer pain, has surpassed heroin as the deadliest drug on Long Island and is now the leading cause of overdose deaths, health … more
The Long Beach Martin Luther King Center will hold its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day March at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 16. The parade will step off from Laurelton Boulevard and end at the MLK … more
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