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Roughly two months after the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan reversed New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s corruption conviction, a federal appeals panel overturned those of former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, on Tuesday. more
Fifty people gathered on the lawn of President Theodore Roosevelt’s summer White House, Sagamore Hill, to become citizens on Sept. 18. Normally one federal judge administers the oath for a … more
Melanie Derschowitz’s life remains connected to her sense of touch. The Oyster Bay Historical Society’s new collections manager spends her days working with databases, but her job also includes … more
Joseph Giaccone, 43, was supposed to go on a fishing trip with his colleagues on Sept. 11, 2001. Instead, he went to work early that day at Cantor Fitzgerald in the World Trade Center’s north … more
People move to Bayville to raise families because it offers so much — the intimacy of a small town, a highly rated school district and the beach, where there are opportunities for sunset walks, … more
The Locust Valley Library’s inaugural Tennis Classic brought together people of all ages on Aug. 26. The library kicked off an afternoon of tennis on its courts under sunny skies, to the delight of … more
Following a news conference on Wolver Hollow Road in Glen Head on Tuesday, the Oyster Bay Town Board unanimously approved an ordinance that restricts cell phone transmission equipment from being … more
The hundreds of people streaming into Point Lookout Park on Monday morning for a ceremony to dedicate the Town of Hempstead’s permanent 9/11 memorial passed through an arch at the front entrance, formed by two fire engines’ tower ladders and a massive American flag. The Point Lookout-Lido Fire Department erected the arch. more
Wouldn’t it be great to have a restaurant in the neighborhood that could be a home away from home? Oyster Bay now has one, with the opening of Home Sweet Home, a café and deli at 19 Summit St., in … more
The 10 families living on Arlington Lane and 50 on the surrounding blocks — all privately owned streets — worry when heavy rain is forecast. That is when the street becomes a river, wreaking … more
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