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The Mill Neck Family of Organizations is resuming its popular Apple Festival on Oct. 8 and 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Although the coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop the organization from holding … more
When many people buy a home, they expect it be fully furnished with the latest piping, electricity and other modern amenities. Some families take a different path however, such as the Arty family of … more
Supporters of research for Parkinson’s disease will gather at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park on Oct. 8 to raise money and awareness at the second annual Moving Day Long Island. The event is … more
Gallery 22, a learning and enrichment center in Bayville, is committed to working with the neurodiverse community — those with autism spectrum disorder or other neurological or developmental … more
The summer season is well underway, and with it comes sun, heat, visits to the beach, and harmful algal blooms. These blooms, more commonly referred to as “red tide,” are caused by the … more
Mark Adipietro, 15, and Tucker Peters, 16, share a passion for sailing. After an incident at Oyster Bay’s Oakcliff Sailing Center on July 9, when Peters helped save Adipietro’s life, they … more
Nassau County has nearly $70 million collecting a little dust in a bank account — but not for long. County Executive Bruce Blakeman has earmarked $2.5 million for opioid addiction treatment, … more
When Irene Poulos died on Sept. 1, at age 92, the North Shore Greek Orthodox community lost not only a devoted parishioner, loving wife and mother, and cheerful neighbor, but an important figure in … more
Community members, volunteers, scientists and public officials gathered by the Laurel Hollow docks on Wednesday to celebrate the success of the North Shore Oyster Gardening program. Hundreds of … more
Youngs Memorial Cemetery is one of many historic landmarks in Oyster Bay, and like many of the hamlet’s hidden gems, it has much more cultural significance than most people are aware of. It is, … more
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