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New York unveils groundbreaking payroll tax credit for local news outlets, boosting journalism sustainability and democracy. more
Kiwanettes of Oceanside honors community members at awards dinner. Kiwanettes recognized for service since 1955. Awards were presented to Joe Cibellis and Towers Funeral Home staff. State Sen. Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick praised Kiwanettes' community service. Assemblyman Brian Curran commended honorees for their dedication to Oceanside. more
Island Park secures $600,000 in federal funding for infrastructure upgrades. The project aligns with transit-oriented development goals. A partnership with Nassau County and New York State secured an additional $1 million grant. The project includes drainage system upgrades, resurfacing, and parking lot reconstruction. Collaboration with LIRR for parking lot improvements. more
Oceanside School District highlights the ACE Program for Autism Awareness Month. The program provides job training and vocational experiences for special education students. Partnership with local businesses offers hands-on training opportunities. more
Island Park Fire Department swears in Eric Gorton as 84th chief. Gorton, with over a decade of service and family legacy, steps into new role. First assistant chief Mahendra Hardwar, second assistant chief Michael Denis. Gorton's journey began in 2009, following family tradition. Gorton was installed as chief by Congressman Anthony D'Esposito. more
Oceanside Chamber member Mark Greenberg and his son volunteer for Nassau County Shomrim Society and Hatzilu Rescue Organization Passover food drive. Nassau County Shomrim Society and Hatzilu Rescue Organization team up for annual Passover food drive delivering meals to over 70 families. more
For Jews, Passover is a time to commemorate our past, give thanks for today, and pray for a better tomorrow. In the Torah, Moses instructs all of Israel in the laws of Passover and the traditions to … more
The Island Park Kiwanis Club, alongside the middle school Builders Club, hosted a successful annual pancake breakfast at Hegarty Elementary School on April 13. The event aimed to raise funds for … more
Too many elected officials believe in open-border, pro-migrant policies. more
Since the pandemic and the collapse of the social life we once enjoyed, I dress down. more
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