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Lynbrook village officials are hoping the new Regal movie theater, under construction on Merrick Road, will open as scheduled on April 24, despite a Nassau County fire marshal’s recent discovery of problems with the building’s standpipe system. more
The Zoning Board of Appeals granted the Allegria Hotel an off-street parking variance last month as the hotel moves forward with converting existing floor space into 13 additional hotel rooms. But … more
Nassau County Comptroller Jack Schnirman says he will audit the county’s bridge authority, which operates the Atlantic Beach Bridge, explaining that a comprehensive financial review of the agency, … more
The Nassau County Legislature voted 14-3 on Monday to approve a 10-year phase-in to bring all properties across the county in line with their actual market values. If it is completed, it would be the … more
“We should be able to go to school to learn and not worry about school shooters,” said Long Beach High School junior class President Fiona Eramo told the crowd on Saturday. About 500 people … more
In recognition of their leadership, community involvement and generosity, two Long Island real estate executives, Matthew Whalen and Joel Schneider, have been named co-honorees of South Nassau … more
--March for Our Lives Long Beach will host a sister march in solidarity with March for Our Lives on March 24 in Kennedy Plaza to support the nationwide student movement for stricter gun-control … more
The city’s Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on April 10 to determine whether a building permit it granted to the developer of the Superblock property was still valid and whether … more
Local mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Brittany Gianino is charting a new course on her fitness journey. Gianino launched a new studio on Long Beach Road in Island Park last fall in hopes of … more
The Long Beach Board of Education announced on Wednesday that interim superintendent Dr. Jennifer Gallagher would be appointed as superintendent of schools at Thursday’s school board meeting. … more
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