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Surfer’s Way — a non-profit organization that hosts several surf outings every year for children with special needs — held its final event of the summer on Aug. 19 at Riverside Boulevard beach … more
Almost everyone in Long Beach has a story about how supportive the community can be. In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and the years that have followed, neighbors helping neighbors, and … more
Long Beach residents and siblings Tia and Taijh Guerrier have launched a collaborative art collective called Crown Designs, which combines their individual artistic pursuits across multiple mediums … more
Long Beach residents will see some relief in the form of a 15 percent reduction on their National Flood Insurance premiums, up from 10 percent previously. Long Beach is one of only five … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last week that the Federal Emergency Management Agency had restored over $9 million of previously denied Public Assistance program funding to reimburse the City of Long … more
A week before the Sept. 10 Democratic primary for Long Beach City Council, two prominent lawmakers have thrown their support behind a separate slate of candidates running for three open council … more
An unprecedented eight candidates vying for three open seats on the Long Beach City Council squared off at a candidates’ forum hosted by the local League of Women Voters at the Long Beach … more
My exploration into the literature of various cultures and countries led me to become enamored with the swashbucklers of yore. Rooted deeply in romantic ideals, they were the protagonists who would rescue maidens, defend kings and save the downtrodden. While swashbucklers most often were swordsmen, they could also be archers. more
Former Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg began serving a three-month sentence at Fort Dix, a minimum-security prison in Burlington County, N.J., on Aug. 24, according to his attorney, Jason Russo, of Bay Shore. more
Because of the good work done by Family & Children’s Association, several local disadvantaged Long Island students will have the opportunity to attend college. more
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