Members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Oceanside are asking the community to take part virtually in its largest fundraiser, the annual Friends of the Poor Walk and 5K, Sept. 26 to Oct. 3.
After a contentious race for two seats on the Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 Board of Commissioners, John Mannone and Ryan Hemsley retained their seats when votes were counted Sept. 15.
As he prepared to speak at the Town of Hempstead’s beachside memorial to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Phil Alvarez said his mind couldn't help …
As she contemplated her 19 years in the Island Park School District following her retirement, longtime Superintendent Dr. Rosmarie Bovino said she was pleased with all that administrators accomplished over the years, despite the many challenges they faced.
Community members gathered on Sept. 10 to congratulate Mega Business Systems for opening its newest location on Long Beach Road in Island Park.
Jennifer Wolfe, an Oceanside High School social studies teacher, said she cried tears of joy when she received the call in mid-July that the New York State Education Department chose her as the state’s 2021 Teacher of the Year. “I just felt overwhelmed by the acknowledgement that my life’s work is important,” she said.
The coronavirus couldn’t keep Sacred Heart Church in Island Park from celebrating the 49th annual San Gennaro Feast at Sacred Heart on Sept. 12.
Island Park Village Trustees Irene Naudis and Barbara Volpe-Ried may have ran unopposed to retain their seats, but it didn’t stop the community from showing their support during the election on …
With the Covid-19 crisis leaving parents struggling with facing the challenges of battling work responsibilities and remote learning for children, the Friedberg JCC has offered a new “All Day at the J” program for students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
On the solemn and somber 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, elected officials, firefighters, veterans, local leaders and community members gathered at the Village of Island Park’s 9/11 memorial for a ceremony commemorating that dark day in American history.
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