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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The long-discussed sale of the long-shuttered, Hurricane Sandy-damaged Long Beach Medical Center to South Nassau Communities Hospital, in Oceanside, was finalized on Friday — five months after a … more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is kicking off Restaurant Week on Friday, Oct. 10, an event aimed at supporting local businesses that runs through Oct. 26. Restaurant Week will coincide with … more
The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its first Merchants Week on Friday, Oct. 10, part of an initiative to attract shoppers and diners to town, encourage Long Beach residents to shop … more
National Grid was scheduled to begin repair work Monday to a gas main on Long Beach Boulevard. The utility is making normal maintenance and repairs on a large diameter of the pipe, located south … more
The Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously denied a developer’s request last week to subdivide a residential property on West Market Street and build two new homes after residents blasted the … more
The city on Monday attempted to address residents’ concerns about a new program aimed at helping Long Beach comply with the federal Clean Water Act and easing the burden on homeowners who could … more
A $50 million lawsuit against the city is moving forward after the City Council voted unanimously last week on a measure to “vacate” an agreement with developer Sinclair Haberman that would have … more
“The waves are here — you guys out here in New York are known for being hardcore surfers,” said professional surfer Jeremy Johnston, of Florida, just after he finished third in the 2014 Volcom … more
Lisa Parisi of Oceanside is one of the lucky ones. When her home on Carrel Avenue was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, most of the reconstruction costs were covered by her flood insurance. For the … more
The 25th annual Saint Brendan the Navigator Long Beach Irish Day Parade and Festival, organized by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, is set for Saturday, Sept. 27, at 11 a.m. The parade steps off at … more
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