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NYSEA’s New York Surf Week returned to Long Beach July 11-15 featuring an array of surf contests, skateboarding, charity events, parties and movie showings. The 9th annual event included open … more
James Dean: The Post reported that former Freeport president James Dean passed away at his home on 228 South Bayview Ave. He had been battling arterial illness for about a year prior to his death. In … more
Hempstead Town officials and environmentalists launched a living barrier reef composed of tens of thousands of discarded clam and oyster shells from nearby seafood restaurants near Long Meadow Island … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com A Long Beach man pleaded guilty on July 12 to aggravated harassment and disorderly conduct after shouting racial slurs at a Lynbrook woman on the Long … more
Every July, the boards of education of the four Valley Stream school districts elect presidents to serve for the following school year. This year, John Maier was elected president of the Central High School District; Sean Douglas was tapped for the District 13 post; Donna LaRocco was selected as the president of the District 24 board; and Ken Cummings got the nod in District 30. more
Howard Kalachman has earned many honors for his service to the country, but he refused to accept one: the Purple Heart, because he was not injured in combat. He did, however, accept the Town of Hempstead's Veterans Award. more
Long Beach lifeguards are keeping a watchful eye on the water after two swimmers on Fire Island suffered bites that are thought to be from sharks. According to ABC, a 12-year-old girl was wading … more
The search for a new city manager has yet to yield a result, seven months after former City Manager Jack Schnirman left to begin his term as Nassau County comptroller, City Council President Anthony … more
“I did not corrupt my office, and I never intended to,” defense attorney Robert Gage Jr. said, reemphasizing Dean Skelos’s testimony during closing arguments of the former Rockville Centre politico’s retrial last week. more
In the early afternoon of July 7, Bayville’s new elected officials — Mayor Bob De Natale and Trustees Peter Valsecchi, Valerie Belcher, David Wright and Patricia Farnell — were sworn in to … more
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