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After two months of vetting design companies, Lynbrook village officials unanimously voted on Sept. 17 to select GreenPlay LLC to take charge of the nine-month effort to create a master plan to revamp Greis Park. more
Lynbrook School District Superintendent Dr. Melissa Burak said she contacted the Fifth Precinct of the Nassau County Police Department after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that expanded the right to vote to individuals on parole, including those convicted of sexual offenses. more
U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi recently helped secure a five-year reauthorization of the federal Long Island Sound Program, a $65 million effort that brings together federal and state agencies from New York … more
The City Council voted 4-1 last week to approve a $7.7 million bond measure for capital improvement projects throughout the city, ranging from the rebuilding of the lifeguard headquarters that was … more
The driver of an SUV was charged with driving while ability impaired by alcohol after police said she struck and seriously injured a Long Beach man while he was crossing East Park Avenue last Sunday. … more
Long Beach lifeguard Francis Nicpon was just 12 when Hurricane Sandy hit, but he still remembers the floodwaters rising to the third floor of his family’s home in the Canals, and how a raging fire … more
Of the 12 public school districts in Nassau that unknowingly purchased defective artificial turf fields between 2006 and 2012, only the Levittown School District has filed a claim to have its two high-school fields replaced for free. more
Long Beach police were investigating two separate incidents of gunfire reported in the North Park area early Sunday. In one case, police said, the shots hit a nearby home, and in the other, an … more
A Long Beach firefighter rushed to Tennessee Avenue beach at around 2:30 p.m. on Friday after the Fire Department received an alert for an unresponsive man floating in the water, fire officials said. … more
The results of a recent poll launched by State Sen. Todd Kaminsky came as no surprise to commuters this week — the majority of Long Island Rail Road users in Long Beach and other areas are … more
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