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Q. We bought a building that has three stores on the bottom and an attic above each store tall enough to stand in. The real estate rep said it was intended to be apartments that were just never built, and that it had “a lot of potential.” more
Q. We’re finally ready to add to our house, but dread doing it because of all the “wait time.” Our neighbors started planning two years ago and haven’t got plans yet. The house down the street . . . more
The year 2020 will certainly be one to remember, with new realities and norms that changed the way we live. This year’s real estate market is certainly no exception to that shift, with historic … more
Back to school globally means getting your children and yourself ready for a successful year without any unpleasant interruption to children's learning as well as interruptions to a parent’s … more
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 … more
Schoolchildren and seniors alike remain barred from entering the Martin Luther King Center while the center and Long Beach officials try to resolve a number of safety and other issues that have kept … more
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and the start of the period known as the High Holy Days, begins on Friday evening at sunset. Interestingly, in the Torah, the Hebrew Bible, the holiday was simply … more
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year Festival, is a time where those of the Jewish faith take 10 days to look within and see what needs to be changed, said Rabbi Irwin Huberman of Congregation Tifereth Israel in Glen Cove. more
RaisingVoicesUSA, a Rockville Centre-based advocacy group, held a virtual meeting Sept. 15 to address voting in the November 2020 election. more
The process of deciding which potential developments will be submitted to the state as part of the effort to revitalize downtown Baldwin resumed on Sept. 9 via Zoom after a months-long pause because … more
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