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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
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
A large barge will be positioned in the Atlantic. People will be lined along the boardwalk. At some point, streams of red, white and blue streaks will shoot from the barge, lighting up the skies over … more
James Davis, now 23, has been attending Camp Anchor in Lido Beach since he was eight years old. Every year, he counts down the days when the camp will start, according to his mother, Lisa Davis, of … more
Alexis Trolf, owner of the Lost And Found and the Lost At Sea, both restaurants in Long Beach's West End, is looking forward to the Phase 3 reopening beginning Wednesday, June 24 - cautiously. "I … more
The Long Beach Public Library is set to reopen this Saturday with special events - book giveaways bags and information on its new take-out program. The library has been closed since the … more
Two of Long Island's largest supermarket chains have decided they could not swallow a merger, and have rung up a No Sale sign. Bethpage-based King Kullen and Quincy, Mass.,-based Shop & Shop, said … more
A bill in the New York State Legislature would help small business owners better market themselves and promote their businesses, as Long Island’s economy begins to reopen. Under the … more
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