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It was National Night out in Long Beach Tuesday, and a crowd estimated at between 300 to 400 turned out at Kennedy Plaza in front of City Hall in hopes of bridging relations between community members … more
The Long Beach International Film Festival returns next week, and will offer about 40 films that will be screened both virtually and on the beach. The annual festival was held virtually last year, … more
A $3 billion proposal to build what would be New York state’s largest offshore wind farm is taking shape, with plans to run an underground cable through Long Beach to a substation near the E.F. … more
Sen. Charles Schumer announced at a news conference Thursday that $19 million was allocated in President Joseph Biden’s proposed 2021-22 budget to complete a project to dredge the Jones Beach … more
Volunteers with the Surfrider Central Long Island chapter have built an Ocean Friendly Garden, which aims to increase water retention and reduce pollution runoff. There are three main aspects to … more
Beachgoers in Long Beach will be seeing something new for the first time at the shorefront this summer- electronic passes that will be offered as an alternative to the traditional plastic passes used … more
An early morning fire ravaged through a building on West Park Avenue in Long Beach on Wednesday. According to Fire Commissioner Scott Kemins, the fire started at about 4:30 a.m. and took nearly … more
A highly vocal crowd gathered on the Long Beach boardwalk last Sunday morning for a press conference at which LGBT Network officials called for the resignation of the city’s police commissioner and … more
A number of Verizon customers in Long Beach are without internet service after company workers "mistakenly" cut an optic fiber line in front of a Verizon store on Park Avenue, about 11:15 am … more
The city’s Zoning Board of Appeals has turned down a proposal by a Long Beach developer to convert six homes on East Pine Street, in the largely Black North Park section, into two family homes … more
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