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Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Blessed with perfect waves and sunny skies, the fifth annual NY Surf Week took over Long Beach last week, and kept spectators busy with a five day, jam-packed lineup of events. Surf Week, … more
Two members of Long Beach’s New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program Planning Committee called for the release of millions of dollars in funding at the July 15 City Council meeting for … more
Former Assistant Corporation Council Ted Hommel, a Republican who unsuccessfully sued the city last year for firing him 48 hours after he announced that he was running for Long Beach City Court … more
While last summer could be considered something of a rebound for Long Beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the city seems to be riding high this season, basking in good publicity and … more
Long Beach resident Keanu Resnick, 13, popped up on his surfboard excitedly and rode a wave with his instructor while family, friends and teachers cheered him on from the beach. His mother, Elsie, … more
At the July Board of Education meeting, Hazel “Scottie” Coads presented the Malverne School District with a $50,000 grant that will support the creation of co-curricular clubs and activities for … more
An engineer has completed a draft study on the feasibility of a public takeover of Long Island American Water, the water utility company that services the area, but the public has yet to see the document. more
Wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour wreaked havoc in south Bellmore last week, taking down trees and power lines across the area’s peninsulas. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood and severe thunderstorm watch on July 15 for southern Nassau County. But in parts of Bellmore and Wantagh, officials said, a “straight-line wind event” caused damage. more
Neil Sedaka once told us through song that “breaking up is hard to do.” While I surprised even myself by quoting Neil Sedaka, his song is perhaps most appropriate for this situation. more
The Valley Stream Board of Trustees will continue discussion on a moratorium on certain businesses at its monthly work session in August. more
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