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Fresh, organic produce, baked goods, cheeses, craft beers, arts and crafts and more will be available for sale when Farmer’s Market opens Saturday, June 4 at Crossroads Farm. The Farmer’s Market will be open each Saturday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. more
The City of Long Beach took part in honoring fallen soldiers on Monday, as veterans, community groups, residents and officials came together for the annual Memorial Day Parade. Purple Heart recipients served as grand marshals as the VFW Post 1384 and American Legion joined forces to help lead the march from Ohio Avenue to West Beech Street. more
The Geico Skytypers took a member of the Herald team up into their planes for a preview of what they will be doing during the Jones Beach Airshow this weekend. more
Officer Daniel Hastings was speaking excitedly on May 20, his hands waving in all directions, as he explained to a group of three dozen schoolchildren why he had to, as a job requirement, submit to … more
Over the past four years, Long Beach has come a long way by working together to make hard choices. Upon taking office in 2012, our administration discovered the full magnitude of the city’s fiscal … more
It’s beautiful out and the warm weather is here! What could be more perfect than riding your bike to school, work, or a leisurely stroll on the boardwalk? Before you pull your bike out, let’s … more
Amid strife over leadership in the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, the organization’s president, Mark Tannenbaum, announced last week that he would step down on May 31. Tannenbaum, who became … more
Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony Santino and Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito announced Monday that the town plans to crack down on those who operate boats and other watercraft while intoxicated … more
In 1996, a young Will Skudin experienced the biggest waves he had ever seen. Hurricane Edouard had made its way to Long Beach, and the 11-year-old was just trying to keep up with his two older brothers. He would switch to his boogie board, then give surfing another go, but as he got stuck in the frothy currents, his brothers labeled him Whitewater Willy. more
After three public hearings and a backlash from residents over tax increases totaling more than 8 percent in the proposed budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, the City Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to approve a revised $90.1 million spending plan that reduces the property tax levy increase and eliminates raises for council members and City Manager Jack Schnirman. more
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