Oceanside High School valedictorian Matthew Friedman and salutatorian Courtney Murphy have adapted to the scholastic challenges that have arisen over the past year. Hybrid schedules and the stresses of applying to colleges and playing varsity sports during a pandemic have not stopped the two from balancing their commitments and finishing at the top of their class.
As the Oceanside Library prepares to undergo a major overhaul, officials have announced that it will soon move to a temporary home, where it will maintain all of its current services.
Following a community push, and after administrators conducted a study, middle and high school students in the Oceanside School District can return to in-person instruction full time later this month, if they choose.
Amid declining membership and decreasing funds, Oceanside Jewish Center administrators are seeking a new project at the house of worship after Town of Hempstead officials unanimously denied a request to build a 119-room assisted-living facility on part of the property.
Oceanside High School senior Miranda Leibstein notched a rare feat when she had her research into cows’ diets published for a second time. Leibstein translated her love of riding and caring for horses over to another barnyard animal as part of her work with the prestigious University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
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March 31 marked a milestone in the Town of Hempstead's battle against Covid-19. At a news conference, Town Supervisor Don Clavin announced, “Ladies and gentlemen, you’re standing in …
Many elected officials and community members offered varying opinions after New York state legalized recreational marijuana use last week.
With only one defeat and four goals allowed through seven games, Oceanside (3-1-3) is one of four teams in contention for the top spot in Nassau Conference AA-I girls’ soccer. “We have …
Legislation in the state budget that would have made a public takeover of New York American Water possible while bringing rate relief to customers stalled in the Assembly after being approved by the Senate.
The potholes that used to greet us each spring, but now are with us year-round, remind us of the condition of our roads and bridges.
John Kasich, the former Ohio governor who was roundly defeated in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries by Donald Trump, was doing that thing on March 25 that so many conservative politicians do . . .
While many humans are still waiting in lines for the Covid-19 vaccine, an unusual initiative has put our four-legged friends at the head of the pack.