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The sun shone brightly through the clouds last Sunday as hundreds of parents and their children with autism joined local residents in Baldwin Harbor Town Park for the Hangout One Happy Place Autism … more
After a year of delays brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Geico field office in Lynbrook opened its doors on March 10. more
After making wrestling history in the past for Lynbrook, Ally Fitzgerald will once again be a trailblazer in the sport, after accepting a scholarship to help launch the new women’s team at Sacred Heart University. more
Kimberlee and Jared Lanning knew just what to do when their son, Jared Jr., asked for “real army soldiers” at his birthday party — they called the U.S. Army. more
Island Park was in “significant fiscal stress” in 2020, a rating that officials from the state comptroller’s office said stems from the burden of a continuing recovery from Hurricane Sandy, which was only made worse by the coronavirus pandemic. more
Long Beach’s new police commissioner, Ron Walsh, defended himself and his plans for the department Thursday after the president of the PBA earlier this week issued a blistering attack against him … more
Updated at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday A 31-year-old Hempstead man, Gabriel DeWitt Wilson, was charged with one count of second-degree murder and four counts of attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly entered the West Hempstead Stop & Shop the day before and started shooting employees in the manager's office, according to officials.   more
The president of the Long Beach PBA, in a stunning announcement at a city council meeting Tuesday night, said he will ask his members on Thursday to take a vote of “no confidence” in the new … more
Michael Sapraicone has been appointed to the board of directors for Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside. more
The City of Long Beach has launched an online dashboard that aims to give credit agencies and residents an in-depth look into the City's finances. In a statement on the website, City Manager Donna … more
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