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Town Of Oyster Bay 2021 General Tax Collection Is Closed
09/15/2021
Town Of Oyster Bay 2021 General Tax Collection Is Closed

Town Of Oyster Bay 2021 General Tax Collection Is Closed

Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes Jeffrey P. Pravato wishes to notify town residents that the 2021 General Tax Collection Warrant has been closed and all related records have been turned over to the Nas…

Local Public Libraries Awarded More Than $30k In State Grants
09/15/2021
Local Public Libraries Awarded More Than $30k In State Grants

Local Public Libraries Awarded More Than $30k In State Grants

State Senator Kevin Thomas (D-Levittown) recently announced that the Nassau Library System and individual public libraries in Nassau County have been awarded state library construction grants.

Welcome Back Dalers
09/10/2021
Welcome Back Dalers

Welcome Back Dalers

Students from Farmingdale School District head back to school The Farmingdale school district opened for the start of the 2021-22 school year on Sept. 2. Administrators, teachers and staff welcomed…

Rosh Hashanah Message
09/05/2021
Rosh Hashanah Message

Rosh Hashanah Message

In just a few days, on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, the sound of the shofar blasts will be heard. It is a time for the High Holidays; time that we gather with our families, neighbors and fri…

Police Investigate Fatal Bethpage Car Accident
08/20/2021
Police Investigate Fatal Bethpage Car Accident

Police Investigate Fatal Bethpage Car Accident

The Homicide Squad reports the details of a fatal vehicular accident involving a motorcycle that occurred on July 23 at 11:49 p.m. in Bethpage.

Appreciate Yourself/Appreciate Others
07/28/2021
Appreciate Yourself/Appreciate Others

Appreciate Yourself/Appreciate Others

Do you sometimes feel unappreciated? How often do we hear the complaint that people don’t feel appreciated enough, or worse, they don’t feel appreciated at all? It is basic human nature to want to …

Police Investigate Bethpage Assault
07/27/2021
Police Investigate Bethpage Assault

Police Investigate Bethpage Assault

The Eighth Squad reports the details of an assault that occurred on July 18 at 3:45 a.m. in Bethpage.

Living History Flight Experience Returns
07/27/2021
Living History Flight Experience Returns

Living History Flight Experience Returns

Demand high for Airpower Museum C-47 D-Day flight; veterans honored The American Airpower Museum (AAM) reintroduced its popular C-47 D-Day Living History Flight Experience on June 12, completing fo…

Shootout For Soldiers 2021
07/20/2021
Shootout For Soldiers 2021

Shootout For Soldiers 2021

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the town board will host the 7th Annual “Shootout for Soldiers” 24-Hour Lacrosse Benefit Game at the Town of Oyster Bay’s Field of Dreams, located on …

MS-13 Member Pleads Guilty In Local 2016 Machete Murder
07/19/2021
MS-13 Member Pleads Guilty In Local 2016 Machete Murder

MS-13 Member Pleads Guilty In Local 2016 Machete Murder

Ponce expected to receive life sentence for his role in the murder The spate of gang-related violence that’s found its way to the Massapequa Park Preserve in the form of fatalities in the past few …

Through a virtual and on-site presentation on June 8, the Women’s Club of Farmingdale’s Scholastic Committee, chaired by...
07/14/2021
Women’s Club Of Farmingdale Presents Awards To High School Seniors

Through a virtual and on-site presentation on June 8, the Women’s Club of Farmingdale’s Scholastic Committee, chaired by Diane Getzelman and members Cheryl Parisi and Bea Ferrari, was very proud to honor the following Farmingdale High School Seniors for their outstanding achievements during their four years of academic excellence:...

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Through a virtual and on-site presentation on June 8, the Women’s Club of Farmingdale’s Scholastic Committee, chaired by Diane Getzelman and members Cheryl Parisi and Bea Ferrari, was very proud to…

Curran Announces Summer Youth Employment Program
06/30/2021
Curran Announces Summer Youth Employment Program

Curran Announces Summer Youth Employment Program

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran recently announced that the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) is providing funding to the Nassau County Department of Social S…

Less About Me, More About You
06/29/2021
Less About Me, More About You

Less About Me, More About You

It was 1986, and I had just started my first big executive job at an international food company. As a young manager, I was seeking guidance on what it took to be a great leader, a successful manage…

Railroad Museum To Celebrate Opening On June 26
06/22/2021
Railroad Museum To Celebrate Opening On June 26

Railroad Museum To Celebrate Opening On June 26

The Oyster Bay Railroad Museum is proud to invite the public to join them in celebrating two major steps forward—the grand opening of the historic presidential station and turntable, both listed on…

Whenever I See Your Smiling Face
06/22/2021
Whenever I See Your Smiling Face

Whenever I See Your Smiling Face

Something seemed off, but I just couldn’t put my finger on it. I ran into 7-11 to get a Mountain Dew watermelon-flavored Slurpee following an acupuncture treatment. The large green and white sign p…

Homeless Man Arrested In Bethpage
06/18/2021
Homeless Man Arrested In Bethpage

Homeless Man Arrested In Bethpage

The Eighth Squad reports the arrest of a homeless man for a robbery that occurred on June 1 at 4:50 p.m. in Bethpage.

Battle Lines Drawn For Indoor Mask Mandates
06/18/2021
Battle Lines Drawn For Indoor Mask Mandates

Battle Lines Drawn For Indoor Mask Mandates

Massapequa and Farmingdale parents protest state code reversal As COVID-19 positivity rates continue to plummet and vaccination numbers go up, Long Island parents are chafing at certain pandemic re…

Delores Quintyne Honored By Farmingdale State College
06/15/2021
Delores Quintyne Honored By Farmingdale State College

Delores Quintyne Honored By Farmingdale State College

Building renamed for local Civil Rights pioneer Farmingdale State College recently announced that it will rename one of its original campus buildings in honor of Delores Y. Quintyne, a community ac…

Pushing Back Against Legalization
06/11/2021
Pushing Back Against Legalization

Pushing Back Against Legalization

Cannabis use to be banned at county properties On March 31, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the “Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act” (MRTA) allowing the sale and use of age-regulated recreational c…

County Executive Proposes Major Boost For Nassau’s Business Recovery
06/07/2021
County Executive Proposes Major Boost For Nassau’s Business Recovery

County Executive Proposes Major Boost For Nassau’s Business Recovery

In another effort to provide a major boost to businesses as they continue to struggle with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran proposed a major business recove…

Legislators Distribute COVID-19 Service Pins To NUMC Healthcare Heroes
06/02/2021
Legislators Distribute COVID-19 Service Pins To NUMC Healthcare Heroes

Legislators Distribute COVID-19 Service Pins To NUMC Healthcare Heroes

Legislator Tom McKevitt, Legislator John Ferretti, Legislator Steve Rhoads, NUMC President/Chief Executive Officer Dr. Anthony Boutin and CSEA President Ron Gurerri recently presented COVID-19 Serv…

Building Back a Better Nassau County
06/01/2021
Building Back a Better Nassau County

Building Back a Better Nassau County

Over the past few years, we have witnessed the middle class in Nassau County strain to support their families. The pandemic exacerbated these struggles, making it clear that the problems we’ve put …

To AC Or Not To AC
05/30/2021
To AC Or Not To AC

To AC Or Not To AC

When is it considered too early to turn on your air conditioner? There is no hard and fast rule, I guess. Depending on the weather, you might need to give it a try in April. I know we’ve turned it …

Little Free Library Uses Books To Breed Brotherhood
05/30/2021
Little Free Library Uses Books To Breed Brotherhood

Little Free Library Uses Books To Breed Brotherhood

When the late Todd Bol created the first Little Free Library in Hudson, WI, back in 2009, little did he know that roughly 90,000 neighborhood book exchanges would be created in 91 countries around …

Prominent Retired Teacher Turns 90
05/30/2021
Prominent Retired Teacher Turns 90

Prominent Retired Teacher Turns 90

Esteemed retired Farmingdale Kindergarten teacher Dolores Cianciabella recently celebrated her 90th birthday. She was “queen for a day” as her children and grandchildren surprised her with a 40-plu…

CDC Sets New Guidelines For The Vaccinated
05/30/2021
CDC Sets New Guidelines For The Vaccinated

CDC Sets New Guidelines For The Vaccinated

Some fear new guidelines will cause people to take advantage After almost a year and a half of social distancing protocols and masking, New York State adopted the CDC’s newly instated guidance that…

Long Island’s Harvest Of Shame
05/25/2021
Long Island’s Harvest Of Shame

Long Island’s Harvest Of Shame

New book captures horrific migrant camp culture When author Mark Torres embarked on writing Long Island Migrant Labor Camps: Dust For Blood back in 2019, he was unaware he’d be researching a cultur…

Reopening? Yes, But…
05/21/2021
Reopening? Yes, But…

Reopening? Yes, But…

Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to loosen pandemic restrictions, but his latest directives leave out some areas and activities. Joined on May 5 by his counterparts from New Jersey and Connecticut, …

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