Judge approves hospital plan for medical arts pavilion in Long Beach, but appeal looms

A State Supreme Court justice, sitting in Mineola, has cleared the way for Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital to construct a medical arts pavilion near the former property of the Long Beach Medical …

MLK center Exec Director announces resignation days before MLK march in Long Beach

Monique Powell, the executive director of the Martin Luther King Center in Long Beach, announced her resignation Wednesday morning. She did not provide a reason. MLK Center officials could …

Long Beach waives privilege in payouts

The ongoing drama involving payouts to Long Beach officials took a major step toward resolution on Saturday, when the City Council unanimously approved a resolution that will allow the Nassau County …

Kaminsky: Bail reform needs change

Last Sunday morning, 40-year-old Jordan Randolph was arrested and charged with drunken driving after his 2014 Cadillac rear-ended another car on the William Floyd Parkway in Suffolk County, killing …

L.B. resident celebrates 100 years of life

Louis Ehrlich, who celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 9, attributes his longevity and success in life to one thing — luck. “Everybody asks me that and frankly, I think it’s luck. It has …

Bay Park sewage project moves ahead

Officials are eyeing Oct. 29, 2022 — the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy — as a completion date for the Bay Park Conveyance Project, now that they have sent out a request for qualifications to interested design-and-build teams.

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Long Beach attorney calling her own shots

From the time she began studying law, Long Beach resident Brittney Borruso knew she wanted to be her own boss. After graduating Cardozo Law School in 2013, she “made the leap” and launched …

Corrected: There's nothing to fear in bail-reform law

New York state’s new, long-overdue bail reform law, which passed last April and took effect Jan. 1, is desperately needed. Changes to the law were last made in 1971. Requiring anyone and …