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The Long Beach Nursing and Rehabilitation Center hosted its second annual Pie Grab and Go Fundraiser on Feb. 12 to benefit Law Enforcement Officers Weekend, an organization that supports law … more
Sacred Heart Academy’s 70th Anniversary celebration will continue with its Annual Dinner Dance honoring three alumnae who serve as models by taking the lead in their respective professions and … more
The Long Beach City Council has scheduled a special meeting for Thursday night to appoint a city manager, two days after acting city Manager John Mirando announced his plans to step down after only … more
John Mirando, Long Beach’s acting city manager only since September who has been under pressure from the city council amid a major change in the City's Charter, will step down from his post, a spokesman for the city said Tuesday. He is the third acting city manger to step down in the last two years. more
While the Wuhan China-based Coronavirus is getting the big headlines these days, the flu should really be on your radar. New York State flu numbers are on the rise, at a greater pace than last … more
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2020 and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long … more
Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital said for the first time Tuesday that it had named three firms that are qualified to compete to build a $40 million medical outpatient center near the former property … more
They stood along Center Street in Long Beach as crisp wind blew off Reynolds Channel on Friday morning. Some walked arm-in-arm the few blocks from their apartments in a housing project to get there on … more
On Tuesday, Gregg Weisenberg was at his home in Long Beach with his wife, Jean, celebrating the birth last Friday of their baby girl, Kendall Brock Weisenberg. The baby’s homecoming was a joy … more
Life for the roughly 60 residents at the Michael Valente housing project, on National Boulevard in Long Beach, is never easy. Many are in their late 60s or 70s, and have been retired from low-income … more
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