Maragos: vendor violated living wage law

Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos released an audit last week that found that the county’s concessions vendor may have violated the county’s Living Wage Law, among other violations. …

NY Rising issues ‘final’ deadlines

Homeowners who enrolled in the NY Rising program after Hurricane Sandy — many of whom are still elevating their homes — will have more time to file permits and complete construction after the …

Guest Column — Hot Topics

How safe is your child in the car?

Having recently completed a Child Passenger Safety Technician course, I can now inspect and educate caregivers on the importance of properly installed child car seats and safety restraint systems. …

NIFA poised to cut county budget for first time

The state board that oversees Nassau County’s finances is likely to impose its own cuts on the $3 billion budget when they meet next week, after lawmakers failed to adequately make up a $31.5 million revenue shortfall, a spokesman said.

Closures expected on Loop Parkway

A portion of the Meadowbrook Parkway is scheduled to be closed next year as state highway officials repair and improve two drawbridges, said Stephen Canzoneri, a spokesman for the state Department of …

Lido Beach reunites for anniversary shows

Scott Waldman has come a long way since he played in his first few bands as a teenager growing up in Long Beach. At the time, the musician was immersed in Long Island’s local rock scene before acts like Taking Back Sunday and Brand New hit their stride.

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Billy Crystal filming new movie in Long Beach

Actor Billy Crystal is filming scenes for his new movie at various locations in his hometown of Long Beach, including Gentle Brew on Park Avenue, which closed for most of the day on Monday to …

Mike Francesa remembers his Long Beach roots

Rick Evrard’s enduring childhood memories of Mike Francesa are the outside jump shots the future radio star repeatedly hit on basketball courts at Nevada and Brookline avenues. Now a Kansas …

Long Beach Magazine

‘A September to Remember’ in Long Beach

“This was definitely a September to remember, for sure,” said Long Beach resident and professional surfer TJ Gumiela. “It’s been hurricane after hurricane, and the waves were really good. …

Randi Kreiss

All hell broke loose after #MeToo took off

You need a scorecard to keep up with the sexual harassers these days. Used to be there was an occasional murmur about bad behavior by a celebrity or a political hot shot . . .