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A blown transformer resulted in a power surge and small fire at Chem-Rx on Park Place on Wednesday night. The Long Beach Fire Department responded to a 911 call from an employee of the pharmacy who observed smoke in the building. more
The City Council passed a resolution last week to lower the city’s speed limit from 30 miles per hour to 25 on side streets, part of a traffic safety initiative that officials said would reduce speeding and improve the flow of traffic and overall safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. more
Long Beach Medical Center has been shuttered since Hurricane Sandy, and residents and local officials have demanded more details about South Nassau’s plans to re-establish medical services on the barrier island ever since a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge approved LBMC’S sale to SNCH for $11.7 million nearly a year ago. more
For the first time since 2011, the George Ennis Film Festival will return to Long Beach. The wacky and colorful annual festival benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, but was forced to take a three-year hiatus when organizer George Ennis’s home was damaged in Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy. more
Drew Morgan, 44, a Rockville Centre resident and financial planner, plead guilty on March 20 to embezzling nearly $1.3 million from two different nonprofits servicing those with special needs and an additional $475,000 from two sisters he was acting as a financial planner for. more
Frequent ice and snow events coupled with widely fluctuating temperatures have left many roads in Long Beach riddled with potholes. Residents have expressed concern over the damaged streets and the risk they pose to vehicles. more
Hop into spring with some dynamic tunes from an exciting slate of musicians. more
It has been a little more than two months since Erin King Sweeney was appointed the new councilwoman in the Town of Hempstead’s 5th District, following the retirement of Angie Cullin. more
They all had different ways to say it, but the message was clear: opt out of Common Core tests. Two teachers, two administrators and a parent told the more than 300 people at Levittown Hall in Hicksville that the only way to send a message to Gov. Andrew Cuomo was to refuse to let their children take the third through eighth grade English language arts and math tests in April. more
Families throughout the area are preparing celebrate the spring rituals of Passover and Easter next weekend. more
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