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Dr. Francesco Ianni, 48, will become the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District’s new superintendent on Jan. 1. A Plainview resident, married with two grown children, he has been involved in education for 20 years. more
Frank M. Flower & Sons, a commercial shellfishing company, has leased roughly 1,400 acres of underwater land from the Town of Oyster Bay since 1994. The company’s 30-year lease will expire in 2024, which prompted the town to issue a request for new proposals in June. Flower, along with Mitch Kramer and Thomas Thornton, Oyster Bay residents from the Oyster Bay Shellfish Company and the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association, independent baymen, submitted applications to the town. All were recently denied. more
Q. We were told to file a permit to rent our house next door, which an inspector came and looked at and said it was a “simple” permit. more
For over a century, American higher education has been viewed as a public good as well as a vehicle for personal growth. It has been a source of scientific and technological advances as well as . . . more
In the interior of Washington state, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, there is a tiny city, population about 900, that I have long wanted to visit — Roslyn. more
Half of me never wants to write or speak the name Trump again. Half of me wants to finish the work I started nearly four years ago . . . more
In mid-May, as the coronavirus pandemic raged in New York, the Heralds undertook what became a monumental project to feature each week the front-line heroes . . . more
President-elect Joseph Biden recently committed to re-entering the 2015 Paris Agreement to limit carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, which President Trump pulled the U.S. out of in June 2017. more
The door of Tom Malloy’s Glen Head lawnmower shop was always open. For decades, people could walk in and out as they pleased, to observe or chat, while he worked on one art project or another, … more
Despite losing its all-time leading scorer, Molloy College’s men’s basketball program is aiming to rebound from a 12-17 season, including a 7-9 mark against East Coast Conference foes. more
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