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  1. South Nassau has eyes on the futureRead the original story

    Thursday | South Shore Record

    Dr. Jason Freeman, director of South Nassau's interventional cardiology department, spoke with pride about his cardiac unit's performance exceeding standards of patient care. He is pictured in one of two catheterization labs at the hospital in Oceanside.

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  2. Come to the cabaretRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | South Shore Record

    Cabaret Festival The sounds of the Great American Songbook return to the Long Beach Public Library this weekend, the venue for the City by the Sea's annual Cabaret Festival, now in its 13th year. The festival, presented by Artists in Partnership and the Long Beach Public Library, celebrates the enduring legacy of cabaret, with performances by renowned local and New York City-based vocalists.

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  3. Max Sherman pleads guilty to murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | South Shore Record

    Maxwell Sherman, a former Rockville Centre resident who currently lives in Long Beach, pleaded guilty this morning to the murder of Lynbrook resident Lauren Daverin-Gresham. "Today we got justice - we got justice for our sister," said Kelsey Daverin.

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  4. Five Towns Holocaust remembrance servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Congregation Beth Sholom in Lawrence, above, will host a memorial service to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day that will include 23 other Five Towns and area synagogues. Two dozen Five Towns and area synagogues are joining together at Congregation Beth Sholom at 390 Broadway in Lawrence on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for the annual memorial service to remember the six million Jews who were killed during the Holocaust and commemorate the Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, that begins on April 15 and ends at night the following day.

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  5. Long Beach man charged with attempted murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Long Beach detectives arrested LaChance Bryant in Hempstead on Sunday and charged him with second-degree attempted murder and other felony charges. He was arraigned on Monday at Long Beach City Court and is being held without bail.

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  6. Fire at Inwood food manufacturerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | South Shore Record

    What fire officials called a small fire was reported at 5 a.m. on Monday at 1 Craft Ave. in Inwood, the building that houses Le Chateaux de France , makers of hand crafted Hors D'Oeuvres and frozen snacks. The fire started over a commercial stove inside the building, said Inwood Fire Chief Gaetano Marino.

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  7. The George Ennis Film Festival returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | South Shore Record

    For the first time since 2011, the George Ennis Film Festival will return to Long Beach. The wacky and colorful annual festival benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, but was forced to take a three-year hiatus when organizer George Ennis's home was damaged in Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy.

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  8. SNCH's proposed medical pavilion a - good first step'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Dr. Joshua Kugler, South Nassau Communities Hospital's director of emergency services, left, discussed plans for South Nassau's new Medical Arts Pavilion on the former LBMC campus at an Information Day with Frank McQuade, Barbara Bernardino and Mark Tannenbaum, members of the Beach to Bay Central Council of Civic Associations. "I'm glad to see that there's a plan laid out - everything I see about the emergency room part of it looks really good," East End resident Carol Henck, a nurse at Long Beach High School, said of South Nassau Communities Hospital's plan to build a medical pavilion on the former Long Beach Medical Center campus.

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  9. It's time to get funkyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Steve Adelson, familiar to many as producer of the Long Beach Jazz Festival, opens the music festival on Friday, with his trio, at the Long Beach Library. Folk-2-Funk Festival The South Shore welcomes spring with some vibrant tunes as the annual Folk-2-Funk Festival, now in its fifth year, returns to the City by the Sea.

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  10. South Nassau unveils hospital plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2015 | South Shore Record

    A rendering of the proposed medical arts pavilion at the site of the old Long Beach Medical Center. The new facility would function as a 24/7 emergency department and include other medical services.

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  11. Report: LBMC buildings not suitable for emergency departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2015 | South Shore Record

    South Nassau Communities Hospital announced Monday that it is unable to use the Long Beach Medical Center's west and main buildings, because the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy is too extensive. A report released this week found that making the necessary repairs and modifications in order to meet code requirements to reopen the West Wing's emergency department would take too much time and money.

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  12. South Nassau to discuss plans for LBMC at public aRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2015 | South Shore Record

    More than two years after Hurricane Sandy forced the closure of the Long Beach Medical Center, residents will finally have an opportunity to hear from South Nassau Communities Hospital about its plans for an emergency department in town and the medical center's campus at a public information session on Wednesday, March 18. South Nassau officials told the Herald on Friday that an "information day" will be held at the Long Beach Hotel, at 405 E. Broadway, from noon to 6 p.m. SNCH said it will formally announce the event on Monday. South Nassau recently said that it had been planning a community meeting in Long Beach this month, where residents would be able to speak to hospital officials about its plans for the former LBMC.

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  13. LIRR train hits car on tracks in East RockawayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Photo Courtesy Chris Ferraro A Long Island Rail Road train hit a car that was on the tracks just west of the Centre Avenue station in East Rockaway at 12:25 p.m. on Monday. According the MTA police, the 12:09 p.m. train from Long Beach that was scheduled to arrive in Penn Station at 1:02 p.m. hit a Toyota Highlander SUV at the Rocklyn Avenue grade crossing.

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  14. South Nassau to discuss plans for LBMC campus, emergency departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2015 | South Shore Record

    South Nassau Communities Hospital formally announced Wednesday that it is planning to hold a community meeting in Long Beach sometime in March, where residents will be able to speak to hospital officials about its plans for the former Long Beach Medical Center campus. The announcement comes after SNCH said this week that it plans to convert its urgent-care center into a freestanding emergency department by July 1 , and that it would operate 24 hours a day and accept ambulances.

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  15. SNCH to open emergency department in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | South Shore Record

    A week after the Long Beach City Council and State Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky called for more details regarding South Nassau Communities Hospital's plans for the Hurricane Sandy-shuttered Long Beach Medical Center, South Nassau announced Tuesday that it will establish a free-standing emergency department on the campus by July 1. In a letter to the council that was forwarded to the Herald, SNCH's Chief Executive Officer Richard Murphy said that plans are underway to upgrade the urgent-care center, which opened last year on the medical center property, into a free-standing emergency department that could accept ambulances.

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  16. Hewlett's Tsakh wins county titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Hewlett High School senior Charles Tsakh earned the Nassau County 160-pound championship on Feb. 15 at Hofstra by outlasting MacArthur's Jeremy Hughes in overtime. For the second time in three years, a Nassau County wrestling champion resides in Hewlett.

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  17. Teemer repeats as county champRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Long Beach freshman Jacori Teemer, who last winter captured a state wrestling championship, made it back-to-back Nassau County titles last weekend when he pinned all four of his opponents in the 106-pound bracket. Freshman Jacori Teemer led Long Beach's wrestling team to a runner-up finish behind Wantagh in the Nassau County Division I championships, which concluded last Sunday night at Hofstra University.

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  18. Long Beach continues its momentumRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Charlie Spada was one of seven Marines to capture titles at last Saturday's county qualifying tournament, winning the 138-pound weight class. Fresh off its first Nassau dual meet championship in 19 years, Long Beach was nothing short of dominant in last Saturday's county qualifier tournament.

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  19. Severe storm hits the Five TownsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | South Shore Record

    More than 13 inches of snow fell on the Five Towns, according to the National Weather Service following a storm that forced schools to close and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to impose a travel ban due to hazardous conditions that also shutdown Long Island Rail Road service and the New York City subways. The Hewlett-Woodmere and Lawrence school districts were closed on Tuesday, as well as The Brandeis School and Rambam Mesivta High School, both in Lawrence, and all divisions of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach, including David Renov Stahler High School for Boys in Woodmere and Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls in Hewlett Bay Park, and Lawrence Woodmere Academy.

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  20. Officials rally against LNG plan in Long BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2015 | South Shore Record

    Officials called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reject a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal to be built 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach. A week after they criticized plans for an offshore liquefied natural gas terminal at a meeting in Queens, officials gathered on the Long Beach boardwalk on Thursday to call on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to veto the plan, citing environmental, economic and safety concerns.

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