After preparing throughout the summer for students’ return in September, Oceanside School District officials have released their back-to-school plans.
As of early August, only two of the more than 300 patients at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital had Covid-19, a far cry from when nearly 400 patients were diagnosed with it in April. With a re-turn to more normal services, administrators have slowly been permitting more visitors into the hospital, as long as they practice recommended protocols, such as wearing a mask and social distancing.
When Tropical Storm Isaias rocked Nassau County on Tuesday, Harbor Isle resident Jeanne DeBraccio Gidwill said she couldn't believe the strength of the wind.
Low inventory, increased prices and desperate buyers — that’s what Cory Knopf, owner of Hal Knopf Realty in Oceanside, and other realtors have been seeing this summer.
The Oceanside High School class of 2020’s time to shine arrived on July 21, when the school district held three consecutive drive-in graduations at Oceanside Park.
Bob Maloney did everything he could to make his first year as Oceanside Little League President go as smooth as possible.
The Oceanside Fire Department responded to 73 alarms during Tropical Storm Isaias on Aug. 4, dispatching 109 members of the volunteer department in 12 trucks.
On a sunny, warm night on July 31, residents, police officers and Town of Hempstead officials flocked to EGP Land & Sea in Island Park as part of the “Back the Blue” initiative.
Alexandra Domanico, of Oceanside, has transformed the blank brick outer wall of South Shore Craft Brewery, on Hampton Road, into the establishment’s “huge centerpiece,” owner Hugh Howard said.
In recognition and celebration of its heroic response to the Covid-19 pandemic and patient surge, Mount Sinai South Nassau’s staff of 3,565 doctors, nurses and allied staff has been named the honoree of the hospital’s 36th annual golf outing, which will benefit the hospital’s Covid-19 Relief Fund.
Mount Sinai South Nassau has unveiled never-before-seen video footage of front-line staff sharing their compelling stories as they answered the call of duty to serve patients while juggling the challenges of personal and professional life throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Superintendents from the Oceanside, East Rockaway and Baldwin school districts spoke in a virtual forum Aug. 4 about obstacles to opening schools in September.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, members of the Friedberg JCC’s Special Advocacy Coalition (SPEAC) were disappointed about canceling the group’s May talent show, dubbed the Red Carpet Event. So naturally, the event moved to a virtual format — Zoom.