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 …

New plans for Superblock in Long Beach

A Garden City-based developer held the first of a series of gatherings with Long Beach civic groups and residents at the Long Beach Public Library on Monday to present its proposal for the …

Three sworn in to Long Beach City Council

Hundreds packed Long Beach City Hall on Jan. 1 to welcome three new council members who pledged to unify the city and vowed to bring change to City Hall amid a fiscal crisis and ongoing payout …

Wrestlers take the pledge against drugs

Long Beach and Valley Stream Central High School wrestlers took a pledge against drugs at a dual meet at Long Beach Middle School on Dec. 17. Friends of Long Island Wrestling — a Wantagh-based …

Editor's Letter

Thank you, Long Beach

After 10 fulfilling years with the Long Beach Herald and Richner Communications, it is with a heavy heart that I announce my last day, Jan. 9, as your local newspaper editor.It wasn’t an easy …

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.

Long Beach Magazine

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 …