A homeless man was arrested on Thursday in Oceanside and charged in a burglary.
The Oceanside Kiwanis Club took a step toward normalcy on April 19 when it hosted its largest in-person meeting since the pandemic started and set goals to help children in the community in the future.
Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, construction began on the long-awaited Bay Park Conveyance Project.
A former New York City Police officer from Oceanside pleaded guilty on Friday to obstructing an investigation into her alleged plot to hire a hit man to kill her estranged husband and her boyfriend's daughter.
Island Park was in “significant fiscal stress” in 2020, a rating that officials from the state comptroller’s office said stems from the burden of a continuing recovery from Hurricane Sandy, which was only made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
The king of rock ‘n’ roll came to town when Elvis impersonator Steve Mitchell performed at Oceanside Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5199 on Sunday.
Spring officially sprung — and sprouted — outside the Island Park Public Library on Saturday as the facility hosted an outdoor flower planting event.
With a rate hike of as much as 26 percent facing New York American Water customers on May 1, elected officials have sought to save Long Island ratepayers tens of millions of dollars on their bills while creating a path for a public takeover of the water system.
Parking Systems President Mark Baron and Dr. Stelios Koutsoumbelis, the chief of Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital’s Orthopedic Surgery Department, have been named the co-honorees of the 37th annual MSSN Golf Outing on May 17.
Kimberlee and Jared Lanning knew just what to do when their son, Jared Jr., asked for “real army soldiers” at his birthday party — they called the U.S. Army.
For 19 years I have called the United States my home, my safe place and a country that I dearly love. Yet it continues to deny me recognition as one of its own as a result of my immigration status.
Once upon a time, partisan politics was a simple business. There were two major parties, and they both had simple strategies for staying in power. The voters were attracted to either . . .
Did we graduate yet? This was the college we neither applied to nor wanted to attend. This was the education we could have lived without.