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A Long Beach resident was arrested Sunday after he allegedly stabbed a man during an early morning brawl in the West End. Long Beach police said that the suspect, Shane Cobb, was among a group of … more
Bayville has a storied past of ugly political races and bickering among its leaders. Even so, there was outrage and confusion on Monday, when residents learned that newly elected Mayor Bob De Natale … more
Despite the rainy conditions, about 200 people turned out for the 15th annual CURB Bike Ride on Aug. 11. The family-friendly 10-mile ride — not race — around town hits many popular spots … more
It’s no secret that the roads in Freeport are in rough shape. Unfortunately, some of the roads in dire need fall under Nassau County jurisdiction and the village is not able to act on them. In the … more
Rockville Centre resident Jeffrey Greenfield was reappointed to the Nassau County Planning Commission after telling legislators on Aug. 6 that he was unaware of county land purchases designed to … more
After volunteering at the Oceanside Fire Department for over 50 years, former chief Steven Klein was elected president of the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York. He is the ninth person … more
The result of the Long Island Power Authority’s ongoing tax certiorari case focusing on four of its power plants could hurt the borrowing ability of affected municipalities — including the Island … more
Long Beach School District officials sent a letter to the State Education Department last month, voicing their frustration with the lack of a decision by the agency on a public disciplinary hearing … more
The Democratic gubernatorial campaign came to Valley Stream last week with an appearance by underdog candidate Cynthia Nixon at Sip This on Aug. 9. The actress-turned-activist, best known for her role in television’s “Sex and the City,” spoke to a crowd of roughly 100, who turned out to hear her pitch and to pepper her with questions. more
In the continued push to make public facilities safer, a new emergency alert system is coming to Nassau County libraries. The Rave Panic Button, an application that provides a fast response in emergency situations, will be available for implementation in all 54 county public libraries. more
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