Heralds seek 2020 summer interns

Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2020 and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long …

An eye-opening Friday as Bright Eye Beer Co. welcomes customers

The year and a half journey to open a brewery in the heart of Long Beach will come to fruition on Friday when the Bright Eye Beer Company holds its Grand Opening at 6 p.m. Luke Heneghan, along …

Bishop to be honored at Episcopal Gala

When he was a young man, Isaac R. Melton Jr. lived in the fast lane: he worked on Wall Street and partied. But at a club one night with his friends, Melton had an epiphany. This was not the life …

Burying a son, but welcoming a daughter

On Tuesday, Gregg Weisenberg was at his home in Long Beach with his wife, Jean, celebrating the birth last Friday of their baby girl, Kendall Brock Weisenberg. The baby’s homecoming was a joy …

Long lines form for emergency food in Long Beach after halt in state program

They stood along Center Street in Long Beach as crisp wind blew off Reynolds Channel on Friday morning. Some walked arm-in-arm the few blocks from their apartments in a housing project to get there on …

Bay Park sewage project moves ahead

Officials are eyeing Oct. 29, 2022 — the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy — as a completion date for the Bay Park Conveyance Project, now that they have sent out a request for qualifications to interested design-and-build teams.

Long Beach Magazine

Long Beach attorney calling her own shots

From the time she began studying law, Long Beach resident Brittney Borruso knew she wanted to be her own boss. After graduating Cardozo Law School in 2013, she “made the leap” and launched …

Corrected: There's nothing to fear in bail-reform law

New York state’s new, long-overdue bail reform law, which passed last April and took effect Jan. 1, is desperately needed. Changes to the law were last made in 1971. Requiring anyone and …