Four officers will take the reins of the Island Park Chamber of Commerce in 2019 as they continue an effort to ensure that businesses prosper in the new year.
A fundraiser to support Oceanside High School alumna Rachel Geraghty, who died at age 22, will be held on Jan. 19 from 7 to 10 p.m. at J. Paul’s Terrace Café, at 239 Merrick Road in Ocean-side.
By all accounts, 2019 should be a year in which officials in Oceanside and Island Park get things done. There are a number of projects on tap for both areas, which officials said they expect to either start or complete in the new year.
Robert Amato, 11, recently received a grim diagnosis from doctors, and had to spend the holiday season in a hospital bed, but it didn’t stop the Island Park community from rallying to give him a Christmas to remember.
If you’ve listened to pop radio recently, you’ve probably heard one of Oceanside native Scott Harris’s hit songs. Among his writing credits, one melody has won a Grammy, while another is a contender for Song of the Year at this year’s show.
An Island Park man was arrested by Nassau County police on Jan. 3 and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Here is the latest crime report for Oceanside/Island Park, courtesy the Nassau County Police Department.
A new business is about to sprout in Oceanside as Mike Graham’s Flowers by Mike business is set to open this week at 221 Merrick Road.
South Nassau Communities Hospital President and CEO Richard Murphy was recently elected chair of the Healthcare Association of New York State’s board of trustees and was appointed to the association’s executive committee for a two-year term that began on Jan. 1.
An Old Brookville man was arrested on Jan. 1 in connection with two thefts in Oceanside from early 2017.
As New York Democrats look ahead to two years of majority control of the State Senate — and the Assembly and the governor’s mansion — they should also remember the past and learn from their predecessors’ mistakes.
Join the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce as they ring in the new year at Kombert Caterers at Temple Avodah on Jan. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.