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Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside and its partners donate supplies to India amid Covid-19 struggles

Nearly $100,000 in essential medical supplies, equipment and personal protective equipment, as well as an additional $55,000 to fund the purchase of other critical medical supplies has been collected by Mount Sinai South Nassau and its attending medical staff in collaboration with the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, Queens Long Island, is being shipped by Wheels Global Foundation to hospitals in India to support them in their battle against a deadly outbreak of Covid-19.

Oceanside Kiwanis's summer gazebo readings return in-person

After a few changes last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Oceanside Library is returning to its regular summer gazebo readings this year for its 15th season, hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Oceanside.

Summer car shows rev up in Oceanside

Oceanside local car enthusiasts gathered on Sunday to enjoy some coffee and look at some exciting cars in the Long Island Rail Road station parking lot.

Oceanside Garden Club grows community spirit with tree planting

The Oceanside Garden Club celebrated Arbor Day by planting a flowering dogwood, a native tree, in a local park. 

Essential Quality rallies to win Belmont Stakes

Coming off the only defeat of his career, finishing fourth as the Kentucky Derby favorite, Essential Quality got redemption last Saturday when he edged past intense pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie down the stretch for a thrilling 1 1/4-length victory in the 153rd running of the Belmont Stakes.

Randi Kreiss

Are we immune to Texas-style xenophobia?

There is a trifecta of trouble deep in the heart of Texas: Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas legislature and the state Board of Education.

Jerry Kremer

Ranked-choice voting? Not my choice.

I must confess that I’m an old-fashioned guy who honors certain customs. I hold doors open for women and people with packages. I put my hand over my heart . . .