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When she was in eighth grade, Natalia Hakimzadeh organized a walk on the Long Beach boardwalk to raise funds for Cohen Children’s Medical Center. She called city officials to obtain the proper … more
Nearly 60 percent of club and premium spaces have already been sold out at the new UBS Arena at Belmont Park, which is set to open next fall, UBS officials told the Herald last week, as construction … more
More than 20 years after selling their beloved gym to New York Sports Club, the owners of Hollywood Health Club reopened their doors earlier this year in hopes of regaining the momentum and acclaim … more
Many Long Islanders are grappling with questions about how they can best start or maintain a business. Many wonder how a family business differs from other businesses and what it takes to bring … more
This Sunday night, Darren Gallo will be doing what he does on most Super Bowl Sundays: He’ll be watching the game. But there will be a difference this year. The group at his Long Beach house will … more
Ava Lithgow, 15, was sitting in her history class at Long Beach High School on Jan. 20, intently watching the inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. A smile broke across her face as the new … more
The Long Beach public library has limited the number of patrons during the coronavirus pandemic, but it has been busy planning a new edition for itself. The library’s Director Tara … more
Hours before the ball dropped on New Year’s Eve, Scott Kemins, Long Beach’s fire commissioner, drove to Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside, walked into a lobby area, rolled up his … more
A Supreme Court judge in Nassau County Monday found the City of Long Beach liable for $131 million in damages in a case that goes back 31 years, brought by a Manhattan developer after the city … more
On a recent weekday in December, Allen Schwartz was taking care of a customer at his Laurel Cleaners, at the corner of Laurel Boulevard and West Park Avenue in Long Beach. Yes, he promised the … more
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