South Nassau to discuss new plans for Long Beach medical facility

South Nassau Communities Hospital will hold a public information session on Dec. 12 to update residents about its revised plans for the former Long Beach Medical Center property. The session, at …

Nassau County Police Department searching for suspect who scammed Oceanside woman out of $45K

Nassau County police are searching for an unknown male suspect who scammed and stole $45,000 from an elderly Oceanside woman.

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It's the most wonderful time of the year — don’t let a fire ruin it!

A fire can ruin what should be a happy time of celebration during the holidays. As we fill our homes with holiday cheer and decorations, it’s important to use caution in the process, especially …

Long Beach City Council OKs $16,000 in Sandy relief funds for holiday lights

The City Council voted 4-1 on Nov. 7 to use a portion of its Hurricane Sandy relief fund to cover the costs of replacing holiday lights and fixtures, many of which were damaged by the storm or severe …

Lifelong AOH member Michael Diamond remembered

“He was very proud of his Irish heritage and even more proud of his country, the United States,” said Joey Diamond, son of Michael Diamond, a lifelong member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians …

Board of Ed to hold hearing on Code of Conduct

The Board of Education is set to hold a public hearing on a revised version of the district’s Code of Conduct at the next board meeting on Nov. 8. “We have been working on this for several …

Jingle Bell Run supports Toys for Tots

The Long Beach Recreation Department, in cooperation with the Long Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1384, held its fifth annual Jingle Bell 5K Toys for Tots Run Dec. 1. “It was a festive …

LBMS student to perform at prestigious piano recital

Long Beach sixth-grader Jesse Hubbs is set to perform Friday at the New York State School Music Association All-State Conference after being selected as one of 13 students who would perform at the …