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Retiring Lynbrook Police Chief Joseph Neve can still remember the motivation that drove him to get involved in law enforcement. “I wanted to be in a position to help people in their time of need,” he said. more
The Glen Cove Community Development Agency gathered at city hall on Tuesday night to discuss a variety of topics geared toward improving the lives of residents all across the city. At the opening … more
“It’s the first big holiday party of the year in town, and we have a tremendous amount of support from the community,” said Long Beach Christmas Angel President Johanna Sofield of the … more
The Long Beach School District’s auditing firm, Cullen & Danowski LLP, issued the results of a financial report at the Nov. 8 Board of Education meeting, having analyzed the district’s spending … more
Local contractor, Ben Jackson won his eighth National Association of the Remodeling Industry, NARI, Contractor of the Year, CotY, award. NARI is an organization comprised of high-quality remodeling professionals that annually judges 45 CotY categories in construction and remodeling work from contractors throughout the United States. more
Eleven nonresident students were removed from District 24 and the Central High School District between May and October, Clifford Odell, the high school district’s assistant superintendent for personnel and administration, reported at the Residency Advisory Committee’s semi-annual meeting on Nov. 19. more
The Village of Valley Stream board of trustees approved an intermunicipal agreement on Nov. 19 to re-asphalt Roosevelt Avenue, which utility companies have been tearing up over the past few months to … more
More than 40 residents filed into the Sons of Italy in America headquarters on Nov. 19 as the Oceanside Civic Group hosted a meeting to protest the construction of a Rockaway Avenue apartment complex that was approved by the Town of Hempstead. more
More than a year and a half after a series of hearings to determine the fate of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn, Mayor Alan Beach and the board of trustees unanimously voted on Nov. 19 to revoke the owners’ room-rental license. more
A letter to the Editor about the Cornerstone at Lynbrook project proposal. more
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