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By Visvajit Sriramrajan A statue of Thomas Jefferson, which has stood in front of Hofstra University’s David S. Mack Student Center for more than 20 years, has been relocated to Emily Lowe … more
A public hearing that had been scheduled for Tuesday night on one of Long Beach's most important projects - a plan to build a $200 million condo/coop complex on the Superblock near the boardwalk - … more
Garden City developer Engel Burman has proposed significant changes to its plan to build hundreds of condos and apartments on Long Beach's oceanfront in hopes of making it more palatable to the city … more
Long Island is set to begin Phase Four reopening of the economy on July 8, including universities and colleges. As of press time Monday, however, Governor Cuomo said there was no word yet whether the … more
The Ugly Duckling, a trendy restaurant/bar on Long Beach's West End that opened only a few months ago, has had its liquor license yanked by the State Liquor Authority. The SLA said in a letter to … more
The Belmont Stakes looked a little different to fans and the larger horseracing community this year, as industry officials had to alter their operations due to the ongoing novel coronavirus … more
If you don't catch the Rev. Brian Barr's sermon at St. Ignatius Martyr Church, you might at St. Mary of the Isle R.C. And if not there, then maybe at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Barr is now … more
After 10 years as the Long Beach Public Schools District Clerk and 28 years in the city, Carole Butler said goodbye to her post and the city on June 30. Sitting in an office full of flowers, … more
The unique Achilles and ASPIRES programs at Nassau Community College, designed to assist students with Autism, will be restored for the 2020-2021 academic year after the Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously June 29 to approve the college’s budget.   more
A Long Beach City attorney last week filed a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against the city, charging it with gross discrimination in pay. The complaint may be … more
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