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The Oceanside school district has announced the final details of its nearly $144.4 million budget, which is 1.52 percent larger than the current spending plan. more
The federal regulators responsible for making a determination on the controversial plan to build a liquefied natural gas import facility 19 miles off the coast of Jones Beach have suspended the federal license application process. more
“It’s a mutually beneficial agreement,” Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray said of the town’s plan to demolish Island Park’s Village Hall, thanks to a new intermunicipal agreement … more
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a tentative state budget last Sunday night, including an ethics reform package that he and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie jointly proposed on March 18. The ethics deal, initially reached between the governor and Assembly Democrats, was approved by Senate Republicans as well, and is the latest step in the ongoing effort to clean up corruption in Albany. more
Oceansiders enjoyed the Kiwanis/Department of Community Activities Egg Hunt on March 28 — which was held indoors at School No. 6 due to the bad weather. Nevertheless, everybody had a great time … more
Corey Ochs, a senior at Long Beach High School, has been named the New York State winner of the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award and was recently featured as a News 12 Scholar Athlete during the week of March 3. more
Oceanside High School students performed in the Music Man on March 27 and 28. The musical tells the story of con man Harold Hill, played by Shane Goldstein, who plans to trick the town of River City … more
After a sudden start, Island Park’s pre-kindergarten program is ready for its second year. more
“I Wanna Be A Lifeguard,” sang the group Blotto in 2009. Well now is your chance. The Aquatics Division of Hempstead Town is offering a unique screening program for certified and non-certified … more
In addition to the $31.8 million tax levy, Island Park schools are hoping voters approve a capital reserve fund. The reserve fund would be used like a savings account for the district’s improvements to school buildings, mainly to replace roofs at both Lincoln Orens and Francis X. Hegarty schools. more
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