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This week’s snowstorm hasn’t dampened the spirits of the Long Beach Polar Bears, who plan to go ahead with their annual Super Bowl Splash this Sunday, Feb. 1. “It is coming after a … more
In the winter of 2015, Laura Shockley, once a 24/7 lawyer for a corporate firm, found herself a long way from her former office on Long Island’s North Shore. She was in Varanasi, India, one of the … more
Despite 40-degree weather and gloomy skies, the Long Beach Polar Bears did what they have done for 20 years on Super Bowl Sunday — plunge into the icy Atlantic to raise funds for Make-A-Wish Metro … more
They stood along Center Street in Long Beach as crisp wind blew off Reynolds Channel on Friday morning. Some walked arm-in-arm the few blocks from their apartments in a housing project to get there on … more
Long Beach’s normally crowded restaurants, bars and fast-food digs have been turned into hectic grab-and-go spots by fear of the coronavirus pandemic, creating traffic jams and placing customers … more
Effective immediately, all recycling services for the City of Long Beach have been temporarily suspended because of the Covid-19 outbreak.City Council President John Bendo said in a statement on … more
A 54-year-old Long Beach woman pled guilty Thursday to manslaughter in the death of a Centre Island man with whom she had a romantic relationship that lasted 20 years, according to the Nassau County … more
Several hundred people filled a large room at the Junction sports bar in Long Beach last weekend to help raise funds for Law Enforcement Officers Weekend, an organization that supports families of … more
The three-day LGBT Pride Festival, which brought thousands of people and dollars to Long Beach for the last few years, will not be returning this summer, City Manager John Mirando said Wednesday. The … more
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to open the boardwalk and the beach for the summer, but with a number of restrictions, ending anxious weeks of waiting by residents and … more
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