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Officials of the LGBT Network said they will call Sunday for the resignation of Long Beach Police Commissioner Ron Walsh and City Council President John Bendo, charging them both with a homophobic … more
The Rockville Centre Council of Parent Teacher Associations hosted a candidates forum on May 4, at which four candidates vying for two open seats on the Board of Education fielded questions from the … more
South Side High School’s production of “The Theory of Relativity” successfully streamed performances virtually between May 6 and 8, marking a triumphant return after the 2020 … more
Three candidates are running for two open Board of Education seats in the Long Beach School District’s May 18 election: incumbent Sam Pinto and challengers Dr. Pamela Banks and Alexis Pace. … more
Long Beach officials had some good news Tuesday night for taxpayers - the proposed tax rate for the new fiscal year will be 4.9 percent, down from the previous proposed 6.3 percent. The proposed … more
Baldwin High School Advanced Placement Photography students recently took portraits of younger students as part of the district’s first “Hello Neighbor” art project. Inspired by … more
Earlier this school year, the Baldwin School District was faced with a $4.5 million deficit because of the coronavirus pandemic. With additional aid coming from the federal government, the proposed … more
While many youth activities were put on pause during the pandemic, Scouting was one exception. Not only did Sea Cliff’s Scouts BSA Troop 43 never miss a beat throughout the past year, troop leaders say, the changes have been beneficial. more
After a successful season of street closures during the warmer months last year, Glen Cove has decided to continue to close off the downtown streets on weekend nights again this year to create more outdoor dining space. The City Council held two public hearings on the matter last month, and approved the closing of portions of School and Glen streets on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. more
It it is as important a time as ever to back them as officials strive to enhance school safety and increase the quality of programs amid the coronavirus pandemic, while holding the line on taxes. more
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