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Though they had to close both of their stores for being “non-essential” businesses during the coronavirus epidemic, Flowers by Mike showed just how vital they are to the Oceanside and East Rockaway communities. more
Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside is now dealing with an "unprecedented" situation -- some 200 patients have tested positive for the cornavirus, 61 of them on ventilators, a spokesman … more
The Long Island Association, a regional business advocacy group, was supposed to host its spring luncheon Friday, featuring retired Yankee great Alex Rodriguez, but instead it held an hour-long … more
Health officials continue to place a strong emphasis on the physical and mental wellbeing of the community as coronavirus cases continue to soar across Nassau County, leading to fear and a lot of unanswered questions. more
Two large medical tents can be seen outside of Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside, which were built to help the facility's emergency department amid the coronavirus outbreak. more
The Kiwanis Club of Oceanside and the Oceanside Library have joined forces to help the staff at Mount Sinai South Nassau and local restaurants, delis and other businesses, but they need the community's assistance. more
An unidentified pharmacy in Island Park was fined $5,000 by Nassau County’s Office of Consumer Affairs for price gouging protective masks in response to the growing need for them during the coronavirus outbreak. more
Modell’s Sporting Goods filed for bankruptcy protection in New Jersey last week and will be closing 14 of its Long Island stores, including the one on Long Beach Road in Oceanside. more
Amid growing concern among residents over the benefits that the Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 board has received for many years, its members unanimously voted to end dental and health plans for commissioners at a March 5 meeting. more
Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital in Oceanside has instituted a no visitors policy as coronavirus cases continue to spike. more
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