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Nassau County police are searching for a teenager from Long Beach who went missing on Monday at 1 a.m. According to detectives with the Missing Persons Squad, 15-year-old Jessi Vogt was last seen … more
The Long Beach City Council is set to hold a public hearing on Tuesday night as it mulls a request by owners of the new boardwalk eateries to sell alcohol. As the Herald first reported in … more
Five years after Long Beach was on the brink of bankruptcy and its credit rating was downgraded to nearly junk bond status, Moody's Investors Service again issued a positive credit outlook for the … more
The board of trustees voted on Feb. 6 to bond for several projects for the upcoming year. more
Harold Messerschmitt Jr. and Edward Schenk were awarded for their work for the Village Pride Party on Feb. 3. Mayor Bruno Romano and members of the Board of Trustees are among those in the Pride Party. more
As she noted how empty her store has become in the past few weeks, Paige Antonellis discussed the reasoning behind her choice to close her business and retire. “It’s getting harder and harder for stores like mine to survive because of the competition with the Internet,” she said. more
The city recently settled a lawsuit that career firefighters had filed over several layoffs and the recent restructuring of the Fire Department that included the hiring of civilian paramedics — … more
After receiving claims of neglect, Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos said he is auditing the Hempstead Town Animal Shelter in Wantagh. more
Sometimes knowing how to set up a picture is worth a thousand words. Point Lookout resident Chris Connolly and his family joined the throngs of people protesting President Trump’s immigration … more
Met with enthusiastic applause, District 30 passed a resolution on Feb. 2 ensuring that the schools would recognize the two holiest days of Islam on the calendar next year — the third and final elementary school district in Valley Stream to do so before the Central High School District makes its decision. more
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