A Lynbrook woman was sentenced to 13 years in prison for her role in her boyfriend's barbell attack on her mother outside of her Long Beach apartment, which led to her death two years later.
Trying to work itself out of deep financial troubles, Long Beach is considering selling its 20,000-square-foot city garage, where buses and other municipal vehicles are maintained. The building …
The annual Saint Brendan the Navigator Irish Heritage Day Parade and Festival, which draws thousands to Long Beach and provides a boost to West End businesses, has been canceled due to the Covid-19 …
New York State Senator William Reynolds was a larger-than-life figure who is credited with building much of Long Beach, and who served as its first mayor. All before his construction company went …
Nassau County may have canceled sports for the fall season because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the Long Beach school district’s Athletic Department has developed a program that will allow …
Long Beach’s financial struggles came into sharp focus at a virtual City Council meeting Tuesday night, when the city comptroller said that the municipality would likely spend $3 million next year …
On a bright Sunday morning this past Labor Day Weekend, the Long Beach Lifeguards Alumni Association gathered at the Patrol Headquarters on National Boulevard beach to honor local lifeguards and …
Elected leaders from across Nassau County are urging — even pleading with — residents to fill out the U.S. census if they have not already done so, and time is running out.
College classes were set to start on Long Island this week and next, and that presented a potentially big problem: partying.
Dateline: Feb. 15, 2020. RK: Who are you? Covid 19: I am a virus, about to launch a worldwide pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to rethink how we carry out many of our responsibilities, including here at the Herald. Each election season . . .
The Jewish High Holy Days are an important time for many of our residents, an opportunity to reflect on the year that has passed and plan for the year ahead. One critical word during this most vital part of the year . . .
We are living in a Greek tragedy, rich in ironic twists. Donald Trump, who ran for office on the promise of “draining the swamp,” has created an administration populated by swamp critters . . .
One of the great U.S. success stories in recent times has been the country’s move to energy independence. Because we now produce more than enough domestic energy to power our homes and businesses . . .