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Great job for mental health To the Editor: There is nothing more powerful and awe-inspiring then to be in an auditorium of 32 dedicated organizations, agencies and local providers, who so … more
The Island Park United Methodist Church, celebrated 90 years in the community with a service and luncheon May 2. The Church can trace its roots to April 16, 1926 when the Reverend John Langdale … more
Now that spring is here construction crews will resume working and that will mean setting up roadway work zone areas. Slow-moving traffic is frustrating, but slowing down near work zones is important … more
Volunteer firefighters from the Oceanside Fire Department welcomed the public during the RecruitNY Open House on April 24. The volunteers showed off their new pumper trucks, Unit 249 of Columbia … more
Nearly three dozen dance students recently twirled their way through Integral Ballet’s annual charity production to benefit the Andrea Rizzo Foundation, which provides movement therapy to children suffering from terminal illnesses. more
People named in Crime Watch items as having been arrested and charged with violations or crimes are only suspected of committing those acts of which they are accused. They are all presumed to be innocent of those charges until and unless found guilty in a court of law. more
The filing deadline for Oceanside school board candidates has been reopened after Austin Graff, who was running against incumbent Michael D’Ambrosio for the board, dropped out of the race on April … more
The Island Park Village Board adopted its budget for 2016-17, which Mayor Michael McGinty said would result in a tax savings of approximately $10 per household. The Mayor said the savings comes even … more
Oceanside and the surrounding communities have rallied around the 60 people who lost their homes and possessions in the fire that swept through the D &D Convenience Store and adjoining businesses … more
Dreams really do come true. Just ask Guatemalan brothers Erick and Wilson Chavez Chox, who came to the U.S. on April 23 from their rural Central American town of Santa Lucia Utatlan to run in last … more
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