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The Friedberg JCC in Oceanside will honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by serving those in need and welcoming families to come together virtually on Monday for its MLK Day of … more
With many residents stuck indoors and having to social distance during the coronavirus pandemic, an Island Park businessman has launched character brunches for children and families. more
Stop & Shop continues to provide Long Island residents with faster and more convenient ways to shop, announcing a new pickup location in Oceanside at 465 Atlantic Ave. Shoppers will be able to … more
In 2018, the Oceanside 65-and-over mixed doubles tennis league had 38 members and played eight matches. In 2019, it grew to 42 members and 11 matches. And in 2020, a year of lockdowns and self-isolation, the league swelled to 55 members and conducted 25 matches. Given the mental effects of the pandemic, the league’s growth has been helpful to many older people looking to get out. more
Several nurses who worked at Mount Sinai South Nassau at the height of the coronavirus pandemic and retired in recent months have volunteered to inoculate hospital staff members and first responders there. more
Two Hempstead Town Bay Constables were honored Tuesday for their quick action in saving the life of a man who fell into frigid waters while duck hunting near the Curtis E. Fisher West Marina in Point … more
A Rockville Centre man was arrested in connection with a series of robberies, including a successful and attempted heist of money at a Chase Bank branch in Oceanside. more
The latest crimes reported in Oceanside and Island Park, courtesy the Nassau County Police Department, more
State lawmakers are pushing for new legislation that would enable special districts to unseat elected officials for inappropriate conduct after an Oceanside Sanitation District No. 7 commissioner made alleged racially charged Facebook posts. more
After a challenging 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, Oceanside and Island Park officials and local leaders are looking toward a 2021 full of projects and goals. more
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