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State, county and city officials announced Monday morning that, effective immediately, the Nassau County Department of Health lifted its boil-water alert, following the complete flushing of the city's … more
Seven candidates running for three open seats on the City Council fielded questions at a forum on June 12 as the race heads to the June 25 Democratic primary. Incumbent council President Anthony … more
State, county and city officials announced that the boil-water alert in Long Beach had been lifted on Monday after water samples tested negative for E. Coli. The emergency alert on June 21 went … more
Long Beach school officials announced Sunday that a student who lives in the City of Long Beach was diagnosed with a suspected E. coli infection this week, two days after Nassau County and city … more
Long Beach police say a woman was found dead on the beach early Friday morning between Monroe and Lincoln boulevards. Police said they received a call from a jogger at 5:23 a.m. reporting that the … more
Residents in Long Beach are being advised to boil their water after the Nassau County Health Department detected strains of E. coli in the city's water supply. Nassau County Executive Laura Curran … more
Long Beach residents are being advised to boil their water or use bottled water after the Nassau County Health Department detected strains of E. coli in the city's water supply. At a news … more
Elections in New York are going to be a bit different this year. Because of changes made this winter to the state law intended to have federal, state and local primary races fall on the same day, … more
A Utah-based pest control company is suing the Village of East Rockaway over a law that limits the times that businesses can solicit at local homes and requires certain companies to pay a bond. more
For the past two years, Devi Arjune has been petitioning the Valley Stream Central High School District Board of Education to add Diwali to the school calendar — she has collected more than 2,000 online and 60 print signatures for her petition, and has garnered support from Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages and State Sen. Todd Kaminsky. On June 13, she continued her efforts by speaking to members of all four Valley Stream Boards of Education. more
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