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Representatives from Vision Long Island submitted their first draft for a parking analysis in the area of the Regal movie theater to the Lynbrook village board on Sept. 18. more
Two Lynbrook residents will vie for the District 6 Legislator seat as Democratic candidate Dino Amoroso challenges incumbent Republican William Gaylor. more
Seven-term County Legislator Denise Ford is being opposed by fellow Long Beach resident Jane Smith Fisher in the Nassau County 4th legislative district. The district encompasses Long Beach, Lido Beach, Atlantic Beach, East Atlantic Beach, Point Lookout and Island Park, and parts of East Rockaway, Oceanside, Woodmere, Lawrence and Cedarhurst. more
Mustaches for Kids kicked off its annual fundraiser on Sept. 30 for children with cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the month-long initiative will lead to the ’Stache Bash at … more
With a final score of 48-42, Long Beach High School didn’t celebrate a homecoming triumph on the field, but celebrated in other ways. It was an action-filled day for the school district on Oct. … more
The city’s annual Fall Festival drew crowds of people on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate the Halloween spirit at Kennedy Plaza. Residents and visitors alike browsed through craft vendors, went … more
Five-term County Legislator Howard Kopel is being opposed by Karen Blitz of Rockville Centre in the Nassau County 7th legislative district. The district includes Oceanside, Rockville Centre, East Rockaway, Cedarhurst, Woodmere and parts of Hewlett, Lawrence, Baldwin, Valley Stream and Lynbrook. more
Long Beach detectives arrested a Long Beach man on Oct. 11 at LBPD Headquarters after finding more than 10 pounds of marijuana and cocaine and drug paraphernalia in his home at 748 E. Park Ave., … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Green Party candidates Joseph Naham and Allison Blanchette are looking to grab two of three City Council seats in November that are now held by … more
A number of residents who rebuilt or repaired their homes after Hurricane Sandy expressed shock when they received their school tax bills last week and saw significant increases. City officials say … more
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