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Thank you for honoring my father To the Editor: I wanted to thank the Village of Lynbrook for the love, support, and honor they showed to the Becker family after the death of my beloved father, … more
The multi-billion dollar big business of performance-enhancing and dietary supplementation has its vision aimed in the direction of athletes striving to increase performance and fitness fanatics … more
A man swam to safety after his boat exploded around 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday in Bay Park. A source told the Herald that the man said he started his boat and it just went “boom!” According to … more
Buyers looking for a Mother/Daughter or professional space must see this! Spacious & meticulously maintained Center Hall Colonial with private wing for guests or in-laws. With a … more
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Mid island Dahlia Society Dahlia Show Exhibit Sat, Sept 24, 1pm to 5pm & Sun, Sept 25, 12pm to 4pm On Saturday, Sept 24, 1pm to 5pm & Sunday, Sept 25, 12pm to 4pm, the Mid Island Dahlia … more
More than 50 people turned out for the Long Beach Community Health Fair last weekend, an event aimed at raising health awareness and encouraging residents to practice healthy exercise and eating habits. more
Going into its fifth year, the Long Beach International Film Festival is set to deliver a busy lineup of film screenings, food and musical entertainment Aug. 3-5. The festival will feature an international slate of more than 40 films, including feature-length narratives, documentaries, short and animated movies for all ages along with a diverse lineup of local music acts. more
Brittany Gianino entered the cage in her first mixed martial arts fight with a heightened purpose.When the Long Beach resident fought on June 18 before a packed house at Astoria’s Melrose Ballroom, the Orlando nightclub massacre, which occurred just six days prior, weighed heavily on her mind. more
Two days after the Long Beach Board of Education voted against giving support to developers of the city’s Superblock, the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency denied the applicant’s request on Thursday for $109 million in tax breaks to build two oceanfront towers. more
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