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Phil Ragona, 57, has tossed his hat into the ring to become Long Beach’s permanent police commissioner, he said last week. He has a head start. He already sits in the commissioner’s chair, at … more
The City of Long Beach, dealing with huge crowds on the beach and boardwalk who did not practice social distancing, announced Monday that beginning Thursday, beaches will be closed at 8 pm. and the … more
The City of Long Beach has filed a $2.4 million lawsuit, alleging fraud, conspiracy and breach of duty, against former city manager Jack Schnirman, now Nassau County comptroller, and Robert Agostisi, the city's former acting city manager and counsel. more
Huge crowds on the beach and boardwalk in Long Beach have worried city officials, who are considering stricter actions to keep the number of sunbathers lower during a current heatwave and the … more
A Lynbrook woman pled guilty Tuesday for her role in a 2016 attack on her mother in Long Beach that led to the woman’s death in 2018. Francesca Kiel, 23, pled guilty before Judge Christopher … more
A Long Beach man was arrested after attempting to resell four Long Beach beaches passes for a marked up price, Long Beach police said. According to the Long Beach Police Department, resident … more
In honor of National Nurses Day, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other county officials paid tribute Wednesday to the healthcare professionals working on the frontlines of the pandemic. … more
Nassau County Police Sunday identified the boater killed off Point Lookout Saturday as a 54-year-old Farmingdale man, the owner of the vessel that capsized, throwing him and three others overboard in … more
Long Beach Police Commissioner Michael Tangney, known as "a cop's cop" and a no nonsense manager, has told city officials he plans to retire at the end of next month, ending a 42-year career. John … more
The Nassau County Missing Persons Squad detectives are investigating a missing juvenile from North Long Beach that occurred on Saturday, April 18 at 8:30 p.m. in North Long Beach. According to … more
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