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Walk-up tax payment windows coming to Oyster Bay Town Hall

The Town of Oyster Bay is opening up walk-up windows for those who wish to make their tax payments in-person ahead of the June 1st deadline for school property tax payments on Friday, May 8 at Town …

LaVeglia, a 'true Florence Nightingale' at Glen Cove Hospital

Keeping a promise is important to most 4-year-olds, and Mia Josephina Gambino is no different. It was difficult for her when she was separated from her parents, Joseph Gambino and Denyce LaVeglia, …

Mike Kennedy, ‘a good guy,’ found dead in Long Island Sound

An unidentified body of a bayman was found this morning in the Sound off Centre Island. Other baymen at the scene said the victim had been clamming and may have fallen off his boat. The …

Nassau to reinstate elective surgeries: county executive

Governor Cuomo has granted Nassau's request to reinstate elective surgeries, County Executive Laura Curran tweeted Tuesday afternoon. Curran had made the request in a letter to the governor …

Town of Oyster Bay and Bayville beaches to reopen on May 22 for more than passive use

Residents from the Town of Oyster Bay have been  able to enjoy the beaches in a limited capacity, walking or exercising while socially distancing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but that will soon …

Locust Valley Central School District gets a new supervisor — Dr. Kenneth Graham

The Locust Valley Board of Education voted unanimously during its virtual May 5 meeting to appoint Dr. Kenneth E. Graham as the district’s new superintendent for the next four school years. He …

Walk-up tax payment windows coming to Oyster Bay Town Hall

The Town of Oyster Bay is opening up walk-up windows for those who wish to make their tax payments in-person ahead of the June 1st deadline for school property tax payments on Friday, May 8 at Town …

Editorial

To Congress: Fund the states — now

Aside from the slings and arrows thrown more sparingly than usual by President Trump, the nearly two-month-long coronavirus crisis has been largely free of the bitter partisan politics that have roiled our nation in recent years. Until last week, that is.

Jerry Kremer

Cuomo puts the other guy from Queens to shame

As we suffer through pandemic-mandated home confinement, the media becomes more and more important to us each day. We follow it for information, for comfort, for life-saving advice and for ways to keep us from having nervous breakdowns.

Editorial

Small businesses need more federal help

Let’s not mince words: The federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, which was supposed to hurry loans to small businesses so they can make payroll and stay afloat, has been troubled from the start.

Herald offers $500K in grants for small businesses

Richner Communications Inc., publisher of Herald Community Newspapers and The Riverdale Press, this week announced a $500,000 grant program to support local businesses. Through the Herald Small Business Marketing Grant Program, each Long Island business is eligible to receive up to $15,000 of matching grant funds, which can be used for marketing services to promote the business’ products and services. The Herald Small Business Marketing Grant Program is being supported by