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Join the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce at River Mill Tavern and Tables, 100 Ocean Ave., on April 26 at 5:30 p.m. for a happy hour and networking event. more
Two Long Beach City Council members are questioning whether a number of non-union employees should have received the hefty separation payments they recently did, including former City Manager Jack … more
SCORE, a non-profit dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground has named Oceanside-based performing arts school, To the Stage, a 2018 American Small Business Championship winner. To the … more
State Assemblywoman Missy Miller and Nassau County Legislator Denise Ford called on state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli last week to audit Long Beach after two City Council members questioned separation … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Board of Education Trustee Darlene Tangney announced last week that she is not seeking re-election to a fourth term this year, paving the way for four … more
The Long Beach Board of Education voted 4 to 1 on April 12, with Dr. Dennis Ryan as the dissenting vote, to adopt a $140 million budget that is about $4.6 million larger than the current spending … more
Three weeks after the Board of Education and school administrators debated how to close an $800,000 gap in the 2018-19 budget, the district presented a plan Monday that was met with unofficial approval. more
Many of Frank Hall’s experiences over the past 11 years are a blur. He spent many nights binge drinking, a habit that began when he was a student at Lynbrook High School and grew worse in his late 20s. It led to myriad blackouts, severe depression, hundreds upon hundreds of dollars spent on booze, and alcohol-fueled arguments with his family and friends. more
Local writer and director John J. Budion’s coming-of-age film “Rockaway” is set to make its Florida premiere at the Sunscreen Film Festival on April 28. more
The city said it would suspend weekend bus service after a $2.1 million bond measure to make up for separation payouts to city employees failed to pass at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, which … more
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